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Lake City Middle School STEM

Think outside the box, draw outside the lines...

the world needs new, creative ideas, and improvements on existing ideas.

What is STEM?

STEM is comprised of four components: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math subject    areas.

The STEM program will allow the following opportunities:

· Students will engage in enrichment activities.

· Students will be exposed to career opportunities in STEM fields.

· Students will consider STEM programs in high education.

· Students will demonstrate stronger math and science proficiency.

What is our story?

Our STEM program allows students to experience in-depth exploration and hands-on project making. The use of hands-on (kinesthetic) learning helps students to bridge the gap between concrete observable phenomena, and the theoretical abstract concepts. In addition, hidden or unknown student talents are able to emerge and be identified, as part of our inquiry educational process.


What can you do?

Design and Build a Rube Goldberg Machine, Bridge or Bottle Rocket!

Invent a new product!

Write a program for a EV3 robot!

Advertise and promote your ideas…

What will YOU do in the STEM program?



Lake City Middle School

If you like to make cool projects and do awesome experiments STEM is the class for you! There's all kinds of amazing things to do! Sign up for STEM as soon as possible.

Bralyn Lamb, 6th Grade

What I like most about STEM is that it allows you to engage with your classmates, while alson learning and using science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. 

Connor Kazmierski, 6th Grade

Bridge Building


Rube Goldberg Machines

Bottle Rockets

Hot Air Balloons

Paper Roller Coasters

Jennifer Langston
A STEM teacher & FLL Robotics Coach with Lake City Middle School in Lake City, Florida.

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