Holy Trinity STEM Club

Photos by Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald
Holy Trinity Catholic School second-grader Alex Nord, right, celebrates as his team's egg launch catapulted the plastic egg the farthest distance during STEM Club after school at the Central Campus in Jasper on Monday. More than 60 students in first and second grades are part of the club, which features activities based in science, technology, engineering and math. On Monday afternoon, students also designed wind mills, created cars for marshmallow bunnies and practiced coding with robots. 

 

Holy Trinity Catholic School first-grader Camille Temple creates a car for a marshmallow bunny during STEM Club after school at the Central Campus in Jasper on Monday. 

 

Holy Trinity Catholic School first-grader shows off the car she created for a marshmallow bunny during STEM Club after school at the Central Campus in Jasper on Monday. 

 

Holy Trinity Catholic School second-grader Ellie Seger celebrates a successful trip down a ramp with the car she created for a marshmallow bunny during STEM Club after school at the Central Campus in Jasper on Monday. 

 

Holy Trinity Catholic School second-grader Lilly Goffinet tests her windmill design during STEM Club after school at the Central Campus in Jasper on Monday.



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