Students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades prepared projects for their school’s STEM Showcase, with 5th-grader Liam Sullivan winning with his “pizza thief alarm.”
Do you want to know the trick to captivating the attention of second-graders? We’ll give you a hint: it’s round and sweet, and sometimes, there are sprinkles.
See all the new teachers for the 2019-2020 school year and where they’ll be teaching.
Read about Colonel Lockhart’s experiences in space, and his connection to the popular television show “Big Bang Theory”
Children of all ages will be able to touch, sit in, and climb on vehicles that they usually only dream about.
There wasn’t a red carpet or Oscars being handed out—and there certainly wasn’t a slip up about who won Best Picture—but students and parents at Liberty STEM had a whole lot of fun with with some of their favorite movies last week. During their 4th Annual Family STEM Night, Liberty students and their families gathered…
Every year for the last three years, a group of students from Liberty STEM take a trip to Houston, TX to visit the Johnson Space Center, as well as other science and engineering-related facilities in the area. It’s such a popular event that the group has nearly doubled every year. Consequently, there are year-round opportunities…