STEM and Family Events in Skagit Valley:
SKAGIT STEM NETWORK
COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATIONS
INITIAL PLANNING PARTNERS
SKAGIT SCHOOL DISTRICT PARTNERS
OTHER SKAGIT SCHOOL PARTNERS
Please note that the Skagit STEM Network website focuses only on local community resources and events. Please visit Washington STEM to check out their resource hub for parents, educators and community members.
Skagit STEAM Educator Resource Guide
The Skagit STEAM Educator Resource Guide is a new resource that provides a comprehensive listing of Environmental and Conservation Education Opportunities for K-12 Youth in the Skagit Watershed. The goal of the new resource guide is to assist in achieving an environmentally-literate student population by offering quality education opportunities in science, technology, engineering, art, and math that can extend the teaching resources available in local schools and other children’s programs. The Resource Guide includes a comprehensive listing of conservation and environmental education programs currently offered by community partners in the Skagit Watershed. Over 50 programs offered by more than 20 local community groups have been compiled to produce this new Resource Guide for educators.
here to check out the new Skagit STEAM Educator Resource Guide.
Check out some of our favorite STEM education resources. Learn more about STEM education and the economy, find teaching and learning tools, and help us spread the word. Pass along the power of STEM by putting these resources into action today, sharing them with your friends and colleagues and helping us discover new resources.
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Lots of great NW Washington STEM news in our latest newsletters:
High School and Beyond Plan creates fantastic opportunities!
Superintendent Concrete School District
Superintendent, Sedro-Woolley School District
Dean of Workforce, Skagit Valley College
Mayor, Sedro Woolley
Skagit School District Partners
Skagit STEM Network
Congresswoman Suzan DelBene kicked off the second annual Spotlight on Women in STEM that attracted nearly 400 area junior and high school students from all Skagit schools. She shared her journey in STEM fields. “As someone who made a career in STEM before coming to Congress, I know how important it is for young women to develop the skills to compete in a 21st century economy,” she said. “Understanding how things work will benefit you wherever you go! I want to encourage you to pursue your passion.”