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Students from school districts 4, 45, 48 and 88 participate in a STEM Camp


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Students learn how to code apps for android devices during a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Camp that took place from June 19 to 30 at Willowbrook. Left: Bill Kane (right), an instructor with LearnTEC, Inc., helps Willowbrook student Max Brody. Right: Kane (left) assists Willowbrook student Kyle Hampton.

Students learn how to program robots during a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Camp that took place from June 19 to 30 at Willowbrook. Top row, left: Jefferson Middle School student Andrew Kling prepares to navigate his group's robot through an obstacle course. Top row, right: (From left) Kling, Eduardo Perez, Marchello Berlin and Noah Ouaffar (all from Jefferson Middle School) work on programming their robot. Bottom row: Katrina Berzinch from Albright Middle School, Paytyn Bavaro from Albright Middle School, Regina Brisbois from Albright Middle School, Rachel Ball from Jackson Middle School and Olivia Ross from Albright Middle School pose with their robot.

From June 19 to 30, nearly 90 students participated in a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Camp at Willowbrook.

Participants attend Addison School District 4, District 45, Salt Creek School District 48 and District 88 (Addison Trail and Willowbrook high schools). During the camp, students learned how to code apps for android devices, as well as how to program robots. The event was led by Addison Trail science teacher Matt Lindgren, in partnership with LearnTEC, Inc. 

District 88 Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Adam Cibulka said the districts are thrilled to offer this experience.

“Providing a STEM Camp is a great opportunity for students to really dive into an area in which they’re interested,” Cibulka said. “In the future, we hope to host more programs like this. We know this is the first step of many in terms of expanding this field to where we can engage students in this kind of next generation of technology, as well as the next generation of skills they need to be successful in these careers. We know these fields are in high demand in the workforce, and this camp aligns directly with our mission to help students be college and career ready.”

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