STEMania Fun

By Joe Duty | Published Saturday, November 4, 2017
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Nearly 900 fourth grade students from Wise and Jack Counties attended Weatherford College Wise County’s fifth annual STEMania event Oct. 26. The event featured more than 60 hands-on activities related to the STEM areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The activities are designed to be both fun and educational for the students. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

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Students Ethan Cagle (left) and Rhyle Schultz (right) try their hands at making bubbles at one of the outdoor activity stations. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Brain Activity

BRAIN ACTIVITY – Kyle Noriega (left) and Shiv Patel touch a brain created with a Jello mold as part of an activity station aimed at teaching students the importance of wearing a helmet when biking to protect their brain. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Check It Out

CHECK IT OUT – A science experiment in a lab room at the college captured the attention and the imagination of students (from left) Kevin Cervantes, Jocelyn Lopez and Delce Garcia. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

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