The Frontiers in Science program at the Belfry will continue next season ... and with an outstanding group of speakers. Check back later to view the impressive roster.
These talks are open to the public, and begin with a social hour where light fare is offered by the Belfry's excellent staff.
Sisters Flight Science class has had an active Spring ... and recently we've been able to learn about both piston and turbine powered helicopters when they landed at the high school.
And on Friday, May 9th, the class went to the Les Schwab flight center at Redmond Airport, and got an up-close-and-personal tour of one of the firm's $23M Cessna Citation jets. Does it look like they are having fun?
The Science Club once again sponsored a trip for a group of Ms. Givot's biology class to the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle. Here, students had the opportunity to experience science as it is actually done ... by doing it ... in one of the nation's top research facilities. Principle Researcher, Dr. Beverly Torok-Storb, hosted the visit, and provided revealing look into the world of cancer research. Another amazing opportunity for Sisters students! See related story in The Nugget.
Students offered a review of their trip to an interested audience in the Sisters high school newly renovated lecture/drama room on May 6th. A special night for all, and one that we hope that can be repeated next year!
... And the 3D printer is churning away ... turning a scanned image to a plastic model, and that into a cast silver key ... and making the first student-designed rockets! Look for the upcoming launch date! Or watch this video to see where we are going ...
Education and food mix in the Seed To Table program, directed by Audry Tehan ... and this program has become an important learning center in Sisters School District. Click on the video to learn more!
We are still collecting science-related videos for use in our K-12 Math & Science Advocacy Initiative, and if you come across something that you think might be useful, please use the button below to submit your suggestion. Here's a recent suggestion ... well worth your time!