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  LD WOMEN IN STEM CLUB L-R (Maddie Deebel, Lariah Thompson, Allison Michalowski, Anjali Singh,  Zoe Irving).

LD WOMEN IN STEM CLUB L-R (Maddie Deebel, Lariah Thompson, Allison Michalowski, Anjali Singh, Zoe Irving).

LD WOMEN IN STEM CLUB L-R (Maddie Deebel, Lariah Thompson, Allison Michalowski, Anjali Singh, Zoe Irving).

LD WOMEN IN STEM CLUB L-R (Maddie Deebel, Lariah Thompson, Allison Michalowski, Anjali Singh, Zoe Irving).

Nessa F, Staff Reporter

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  Science clubs in school are beneficial

Science is all around us. Science is where we are, the air we breathe and the way we live.
It is the reason of living things and so much more. There are many subjects to
study about science like biology, astronomy, meteorology and so much more. At
Lower Dauphin High school there is a science club and S.T.E.M club. Their
science club has a science Olympiad where the students compete. The
W.I.S.T.E.M. club (Women in S.T.E.M. club) stands for science technology
engineering mathematics club. They have goals of the capability to expose girls
to different possibilities in the STEM field. Another one of their goals is to
create a culture where girls can feel safe and confident about whatever they
choose for STEM. They have activities that include hands on challenges,
presentations, outreaches to younger students and they participate in the Governor’s
STEM competition. These clubs help the Lower dauphin students who are
interested in science get a greater depth on it and learn what they are capable
of doing in the science field. It is good to have these clubs in school to help
students what they want to get out of STEM club and to the outside world
discovering more about what they want to. Science clubs go beyond the
classroom. They help students discover what type of career they want to choose.
Many scientists say that science clubs while still in high school and younger
is a great idea and helps the kids learn better at a younger age.

 

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