Valeria Pineiro, mom of Lucas Green in 7th grade, joined Mrs. Stigall's Spanish 2 class to explain the importance of corn in Mexico. Then students sampled the differences between tortilla Espanola and tortilla Mexicana.
The TJ Admissions Office wants to share information on a free STEM event for elementary and middle school students and families. TJHSST will hold its annual Techstravaganza on, from . It is day full of hands-on activities, demonstrations, and fun for the whole family. I have attached links to our flyers in English and Spanish with information on the day. Please share with your students and anyone else that would benefit from this opportunity.
What is a Makerspace? A do-it-yourself space where students can gather to create, invent, and learn.
How does MEH have a Makerspace? MEH was awarded a grant from the Falls Church Education Foundation to open the makerspace.
Who leads the Makerspace? The librarian, Mrs. Lori Fogle, and the instructional technology specialist, Dr. Susan Jinks, wrote the grant and manage the makerspace.
What do you have in the Makerspace? You can take a look at www.mehmakerspace.com. We have a 3D printer, robots, circuits, computers, iPads, a cutting machine, and more.
When can students use the Makerspace? The makerspace is open during B day lunches and afterschool on Tuesdays and Thursdays.