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Posted March 18, 2015

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Atrisco Heritage Hosts Family Science Day

Workshop presenters, participants wanted for workshops April 11

Students and staff presenters are sought for a science, technology, engineering and math event titled “Science is Your World (Ciencia es Tu Mundo)” April 11 at Atrisco Heritage Academy High School.

The event, which is sponsored by the Jaguary STEM Club, is looking for presenters of both student-led workshops and speakers.

“There will be robotics demonstrations, presentations by the CNM Applied Technology Systems group, shows by from the Fractal Foundation, and demonstrations and speakers,” said Valerie Kovach, who teaches at Atrisco Heritage. “The event, which is set for noon to 8 p.m., is for families and students of all ages.”

She noted that they were will awards presented for the best workshops. The event is funded by grants from the APS Foundation Horizon program and Verizon.

For more information call Kovach or Sal Treppiedi at 243-1458.

 

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