The Tyrone Area High School Agricultural Education Program is offering after school STEM AG Challenges for any student enrolled in grades 5-8. The first challenge will be January 21, 2020. There is no need to attend all challenges.
The first challenge will be catapults. Teams of 2-4 will work together to design catapults based on the supplies provided and completed in the time frame given. Challenges begin at 3:00 PM in the AG Room in the CTE wing and students will finish about 4:00 with students being picked up no later than 4:20 PM.
All challenges are provided for free and a great way to have some fun during the months of January, February and March.
If you are interested in participating, please stop in the middle school office or stop by the Ag room door and pick up a permission slip. Students may not attend STEM AG Challenges without a permission slip.
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