Branching Out with STEM: Tech Savvy Parenting Night at BPS

The BPS Edtech team is excited to announce our next Tech Savvy Parenting night, “Branching Out with STEM.” This is the third installment of our Digital Bootcamp Series and this time our focus is on STEM – science, technology, engineering and math.
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Members of the BPS Edtech team, along with BHS Help Desk students, will provide parents and their children with information about the current state and future trends of STEM, including opportunities for young women. Parents will receive an overview of the K-12 STEM curriculum offered in Burlington and learn about potential college majors and STEM related career paths. We will also provide a list of FREE resources designed to keep children of all ages engaged in STEM activities year round. The evening will conclude with hands-on Hour of Code activities for the entire family. Parents and students will select from a variety of free coding tutorials and explore the basics of computer programming with support from the BPS Edtech team and BHS Help Desk students. This fun and educational event is one you don’t want to miss!

Please register to attend by completing the registration form below. We look forward to seeing the whole family on Monday, March 2nd from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Any questions about this event may directed to BPS Mobile Learning Coach Jenn Scheffer at

2 thoughts on “Branching Out with STEM: Tech Savvy Parenting Night at BPS

  1. Reblogged this on Superintendent's Blog and commented:
    Our next Tech Savvy Parenting night is coming up on March 2 at MSMS. Please spread the word and feel free to tell friends outside of our district. For more information check out the post below from our BPS EdTech Team.

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