FALLBROOK — The Expanded Learning Opportunities Program concluded another amazing Super Summer Camp for the FUESD students.
Super Summer Camp culminated with an “Invention Convention” where students from each location showcased their STEM project and literacy unit. Students and teachers had access to a series of novels and activities tied to famous inventors. Students also had Luminary Arts, CSUSM STEM Ambassadors and a fantastic assembly on “Forces and Motion” at each school site.
The Invention Convention occurred July 26 at Fallbrook STEM Academy, William H Frazier and Live Oak Elementary, and July 27 at Potter Junior High. Students shared their flying rockets, lasers, MARS base station, STEM challenges and Robo-bots to an audience that consisted of parents, site administrator, FUESD Cabinet members, FUESD Board Vice President Mary McBride, FUESD Board Clerk Ricardo Favela, FUESD Board Members Suzanne Lundin and Diane Sebalj. The showcase was a great success for both students and staff.
Submitted by FUESD.