Tag Archives: Tweens

Coding classes for teens

Does your tween love computers, video games and all things technical? Then you won’t want to miss the series of coding classes offered at Sylvania’s King Road Library. Students in grades 4-9 can learn how to create video games, build a robot or make a website through the monthly, hourlong coding classes. Space is limited

St. Ursula STEM Team is National Winner

The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) club members at St. Ursula Academy were rewarded for the hard work on their Save the Soil project, selected as a winner in the Lexus Eco Challenge Challenge 1 Water and Land. There were 16 high school awards—two from each of the four sections of the country, and

Bands4Change presents: Kesha

She’s still in high school, but Maumee Valley Country Day School student Maya Dayal knows how to get things done. The senior started a company called Bands4Change, which creates fundraising concerts to raise awareness of local and global social issues and raise money for charities to address those issues. Bands4Change donates 100% of profits from

Girl Power: Save the Date!

Imagination Station is hosting its 3rd annual Girl Power STEM Career Day on February 11 for girls in grades 3-8 to explore science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. There will be a chance for girls to ask challenging questions, engage in interesting discussion and have fun while exploring all these fields have to offer. Imagination

First-ever Girl Scout Trail comes to Holland

The first nationally recognized Girl Scout hiking trail opened recently in our neck of the woods! The mile-long Juliette Gordon Low trail, planned by Girl Scout Ambassador Ellie Leonard to commemorate the founder of the Girl Scouts, was celebrated October 29 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and inaugural walk at West Winds Metropark in Holland. Leonard,

Science Super Stars: SUA STEM Team in Two Contests

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. At St. Ursula Academy,  it also stands for hard work and creativity as STEM students enter projects in two competitions. One, a robotics contest at BGSU, requires students to design and build a robot to modernize farming, then present their work to a panel of judges. The