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Supporting STEM

The Gwynn’s Island Civic League Foundation, working with Mathews Elementary STEM teacher Amber Williams, recently provided more than $1,100 for the purchase of two STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education products for grades 2 to 4 in the school’s STEM lab. The first is the Micro: Bit System, which enables second and third graders to learn how to code a program. The second system is the Makey Makey System, which allows fourth graders to use their knowledge of basic science, engineering and math skills to create interactive classroom experiences. “The GICL Foundation is excited to play even a small part in assisting Mathews schools in providing a strong emphasis on their growing STEM education platforms,” said foundation president John Mathiesen, who is shown here with Williams.

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