The New York State Master Teacher Program of the Mid-Hudson Region will present Girls Rock STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) on April 28 in the Science Hall and Coykendall Science Building at SUNY New Paltz. Check-in will begin at 8:30 a.m.
Registration will be open March 18-24. All participants must register.
This free program is available to middle school girl in grades 6-8. Participate in STEM-related activities run by educators, NYS Master Teachers and scientists. Warwick Valley Central School District student Hannah Davis, Emperor Science Award winner 2017, will give the keynote address. Girls will receive a t-shirt and lunch. Learn more about Hannah Davis.
Transportation is not provided. For more information and to register, follow Girls Rock STEM on Facebook.