Midway Hills Academy's April Family Night event was an unprecedented success, according to STEM Teacher Stephanie Coxwell, with a record number of parents in attendance. Everyone was invited to participate in the evening's events, which were focused on STEM. And the students were absolutely thrilled about it.
STEM programs are becoming increasingly popular, and for good reason. They provide students with hands-on experience in science, technology, engineering, and math, which are some of the most valuable skills in today's workforce.
And this event was no exception. The organizers invited a variety of guest vendors to showcase their products and services. One vendor, who happened to be a parent, even shared her math mixology skills with everyone. It was a great opportunity for parents and students to learn something new and have fun at the same time.
The organizers also made sure that there were plenty of food options available, with Kona Ice and Annie Lou's on hand to provide dinner for everyone. And to make things even more exciting, the event also featured STEM kits that were loaned from GYSTC.
Overall, this family engagement night was a huge success. It brought together parents, students, and educators for a night of fun, learning, and community building. And it's a great example of how schools can create events that inspire and engage their communities.