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Scenes from the Council Rock Science STEAM Night

  1. From left, Julia Ugras, Hannah Millstein, and Patty Cornwall, oversee the Environmental Action Club table. The club meets at CR High School South. 
  2. Jocelyn Badessa and Jenna Waterman made slime, which involves a similar process used in making synthetics and fibers through polymerization.
  3. Lanie Fleming (left) poses with an alabra tortoise. Behind her is a volunteer from Jungle Joe Wildlife Adventures who holds a wallaby and has a bee-bee parrot on her shoulder. This exhibit gives students the opportunity to see exotic animals from around the world.
  4. Jared Beck at the HUNCH table. HUNCH stands for High school students United with NASA to Create Hardware. It is an innovative school-based program that partners with NASA. Daniel explains that part of what HUNCH does is to create 3D printer molds. In this photo, he demonstrates how he injects mold with silicone and metals to create custom parts used by NASA.