Community News

St. George's will include information in our Tuesday Enews and post information on this page about community events and activities that directly benefit/interest our students and families.  For your event to be considered for inclusion, please email the Communications Office.

 

STEM EVENTS

Don’t miss the Knowledge Tree Saturday STEM Events for elementary and middle school students!  The next two events are:
Saturday, April 1st
Students will learn about the science of sound and how sound travels and is created. Then, they will make their own instruments.   
1-3PM 4th-8th grade only
To register: http://www.theknowledgetree.com/shop/stem-events/stem-challenge/

Saturday May 6th
Students will investigate an “oil spill.” They will test various substances to test which one will effectively remove the oil from “animal life” (feathers and stuffed animals). If time allows, students will experiment with how to clear the oil and debris from the water as well.    
10 AM - 12 PM 1st-4th grade
1 PM - 3 PM 4th - 8th grade
To register: http://www.theknowledgetree.com/shop/stem-events/stem-challenge/

The Girls Experiencing Engineering program for middle and high school students will be offered again this summer!  Applications are now being accepted online- visit the GEE website for more details:  www.memphis.edu/gee

AutoZone STEM summer camp registration is also open!  Check out the attached flyer for more details!

Vex Robotics workshop for adults May 6 at the Collierville Birch Library.  The workshop is suitable for parents, teachers, or any adult interested in volunteering or just wanting to understand this new “sport.” You may view the library’s event calendar here: http://colliervillelibrary.libcal.com/event/3226081

The attached brochure describes the Future Women Engineers program to be offered by CBU  Engineering, June 26-30.  This program is open to students who WILL BE in grades 9-12 next fall.  There is a fee for the program.  Please contact Dr. Divya Choudhary (dchodhry@cbu.edu) if you have any questions. 

 

UT BEGINNING READING PROGRAMS

Offered this summer in Bartlett, Germantown and Memphis for 4-Year-Olds through 5th graders. Click here for more information. Download the flyer.


New Free Online Wellness Tool for Tennessee Families

Created by the Governor’s Foundation for Health and Wellness, Small Starts for Families is a great resource for all Tennessee families who are interested in living healthier. Small Starts for Families, is a free, online wellness tool designed to help parents and caregivers create a healthier future for their families. The program offers simple, daily actions that families can do to increase physical activity, create healthy eating, good sleep and dental habits and quit using tobacco. Learn more here: healthiertn.com/families




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