Program piques students' interest

Students who attended a recent Science, Technology, Engineering and Math night left with a better understanding of what it would take to think like a computer scientist.

Sara Wisniewski, Monroe Elementary School STEM teacher, said she worked with Western Wyoming Community College associate information technology professor Carla Hester Croff to get the STEM night program at the school.

Wisniewski said Croff brought all of the supplies they needed to have six stations for the program.

During the event, students could use their imagination to build items with the building set k’nex, learn ho...


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