Those in attendance had the opportunity to visit one of the twelve classrooms which featured a variety of interactive science themed projects. Some of these included building gum-drop and toothpick structures, examining ‘owl pellets’, creating structures from newspaper, constructing towers from cups and tongue depressors, and several others.
Gina Clayton, parent of a Sierra student, said, “My daughter and I came tonight to learn about something that we did not know about before. This event is important because we get to see what are students are doing, and we get to work together on something.”
All attendees were treated to a pizza dinner as part of the festivities. Sierra students that pre-registered also received T-shirts to commemorate the evening. Thank you to everyone that participated, volunteered and helped put this event together.