This is a great opportunity for students & teachers interested in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, math). Students in grades 5-8 have the opportunity to design a special 10th anniversary logo for the Challenger Learning Center-St. Louis.
The winning logo will appear on promotional anniversary material throughout the year. In addition, the student’s class will win a simulated space mission for his/her class and be invited be included as part of a special simulated space mission that will be broadcast live on HEC-TV on October 23, 2013.
For teachers wanting get an early start, you can read the contest rules:
• Contest is open to students in grades 5-8
• Students may work together on teams, but only one submission/class will be accepted
• Design must be submitted using the template (coming soon)
• Maximum of 4 colors on the design (black counts as one color)
• Students may use any medium they choose (paint, crayon, pencil, computer-generated, etc.)
• Entries must be received by the Challenger Learning Center by 4:00 pm on September 16, 2013.
• Submission must be sent via US Mail or delivered in person to:
Challenger Learning Center-St. Louis
Logo Design Contest
205 Brotherton Lane
Ferguson, MO 63135
Challenger Learning Center-St. Louis‘ Tasmyn Front and Robert Powell were featured this morning on Fox2 News. Check out the great STEM gadgets featured in this three-minute clip! They also have limited space available in a few of their summer camps. It’s a wonderful resources right here in St. Louis, in north county.
This week, area educators and students at a distance took advantage of the educational resources offered by Cooperating School Districts of Greater St. Louis in areas like Special Education, Early Childhood Education, STEM, U.S. History, School-wide Positive Behavior Support and Common Core State Standards. To see what’s coming up on the professional development schedule, visit www.csd.org/pd_programs.
The Challenger Learning Center- St. Louis has a climate change workshop scheduled next month. The workshop is for 6th-10th grade teachers and is offered on two days: September 15 or 29th, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Each participating teacher will receive a $100 stipend.
The workshop, held at the Challenger Learning Center-St. Louis in north county, will show teachers how to access and use NASA tools and resources and will include hands-on activities. It will also provide educators a better understanding of Earth System Science and how to connect it to classroom activities.
Space is limited to 25 participants in each day. Please call (314) 521-6205 or email email@example.com to register.
The Challenger Learning Center-St. Louis is offering a Spring Break camp for the week of March 19-23, 2012. The camp is geared towards students in grades 3-5 and will include “far-out” activities like simulated space missions, building and launching rockets, robots, space art and a chance to see the universe up close in our new digital planetarium. The price for this week-long camp is only $150! Click on the image for more information, including registration (which ends 3/12).