MHS Science Bound hosts STEM Carnival Nov. 18

SBlogoStudents of all ages are invited to Marshalltown High School Monday, Nov. 18, for fun, engaging, interactive activities at the STEM Carnival.

The Carnival, hosted by MHS Science Bound students, will include will explore different areas of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) experienced in daily life. Project presentations and interactive experiments will feature the immune system, the nervous system, airplanes, solar energy, soil erosion, gravity and others. Activities run 6-7:30pm.

Besides the interactive events, there will also be presentations featuring the work of the many STEM-related competitions in which MHS students have participated. There will be booths on dual credit and Advanced Placement courses, and information from Marshalltown Community College, Iowa State University, and others.

PLTW_Logo_Vertical_187-295Free popcorn will be available and the concessions stand will be open.

Prior to the carnival, community members are invited to a ribbon cutting for the new Project Lead the Way laboratories. Gov. Terry Branstad will be on hand to celebrate the opening of these state-of-the-art labs supporting the Principles of Engineering and Biomedical Sciences programs.

The ribbon cutting program will begin at 5pm and will also include local business leaders.


Monday, Nov. 18, 2013
Marshalltown High School

  • 5pm PLTW Ribbon Cutting with Gov. Terry Branstad
  • 6pm STEM Carnival hosted by MHS Science Bound Students