Hexbug Nano habitats, mousetrap racers, and tower building were all the rage at Woodsboro Elementary School’s first AVID Science and Engineering Night on Thursday, April 26. Students from Preppy K to sixth grade came together with parents and teachers to learn about AVID collaboration and inquiry strategies.
Enthusiastic students worked collaboratively to tackle fun engineering and design projects. Teachers Michelle Grimsley, Tracy Chung, Gayane Keshishian, Rachel Friedrichs, and Lynn Strohmenger challenged students to think outside the box and to be super teammates.
AVID’s growth mindset was evident in the amazing designs created by these young engineers.
“Thanks to Woodsboro’s AVID Coach, Jodie Hawkins for coordinating this fun night with an academic focus!” shared proud principal, Doug Slonkosky.