Exciting changes are coming to Northside Elementary next year. The school will be home to a K-8 program focused on STEAM education that will be available to up to 500 AAPS students.
Next year’s Northside students will use technology in order to complete projects that combine lessons in different subjects. Each student and staff member will be provided with a device, such as a tablet or laptop.
More details about the new STEAM — which stands for Science, Technology, Arts, Engineering and Mathematics — program will be shared at an meeting at Northside on March 6 at 6:30. AAPS Superintendent Dr. Swift and district administrators will present their plans for the new program.
Related on the AAPS News:
- Northside to Become K-8 STEAM School, Alternative Schools to Share Campus, and More Changes for the 2014-15 School Year
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