The PTA empowers teacher projects and purchases learning tools that enhance hands-on discoveries in science, math, and engineering.
In addition, the Glebe PTA helps to support special events that showcase student work in these areas at Glebe Elementary School. We try to encourage the school’s use of the scientific method and hands-on exploration.
Attention Young Scientists and Engineers! Mark your calendars for the Glebe STEM Fair and start thinking about those projects.
Projects must be brought to school by (DATES TO BE UPDATED!!). Here’s how it works:
- You can bring your board to your classroom and we will collect them from there.
- PLEASE LABEL YOUR BOARD with your FULL NAME, TEACHER, and GRADE.
- If you have props with your experiment, please bring these on THURSDAY morning and you can set them up in front of your board.
- At the end of the Science Fair, you may take any props of value with you. Otherwise, we will have a table in the lobby on Friday morning for these items to be claimed. After Monday afternoon, all unclaimed props will be disposed of appropriately.
Thanks in advance to all Student Scientists, as well as to their able assistants and volunteers.
All families and students are invited to attend our annual school STEM Fair.
When – Wednesday, March 13th from 6:30 to 8 PM
Where: All over Glebe’s hallways!
If you have questions, please contact our STEM Fair coordinator, Lauren Barber (email).
We have received the Science Fair Display Boards, and if your child is planning to participate, please contact Lauren Barber to reserve a board for $3.00.
Please see the following information about the STEM Fair, where to find ideas, and how to set up your display.
See you on March 13th for a night of invention and discovery!
Teachers and PTA volunteers often put on an Academic night in the fall or spring, that includes a gymnasium FULL of hands-on activities in science, math, engineering, and creativity.
Volunteer Sign Ups
Please sign up to help us with these events! We do need quite a few volunteers in order to pull of these efforts. Thanks.