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Students learn STEM curriculum outdoors at WVU’s Science Adventure School

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WVU will host sixth grade students from Midland Trail and Park middle schools Thursday (Oct. 6) for Science Adventure School. (WVU Photo)

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WHO: Ali Jeney, Director of Science Adventure School; schools attending this week include Midland Trail Middle School (Fayette County) and Park Middle School (Raleigh County)

WHAT: West Virginia University Science Adventure School

WHEN: Thursday, Oct. 6 open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

WHERE: Summit Bechtel Reserve, C/Charlie camp

2550 Jack Furst Dr
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NOTES: Science Adventure School is a 4-day, 3-night program offered at the beginning of a student's 6th grade year combines adventures in the outdoors with hands-on STEM and environmental science learning.

With experiential education being a focus, “SAS” will get students out of their comfort zones, meet new friends, face new challenges and find the scientist that lies within. This adventure-based, outdoor science school is dedicated to empowering and educating West Virginia’s youth and takes place in multiple scenic locations throughout the state including the wonderful mountains of the New River Gorge area.

Learn more about Science Adventure School

Learn more about the curriculum, Science Behind the Sport




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