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Annual NCW Tech & STEM Showcase is going virtual

Weekly challenges for K-12 to try at home

For Goodness Sake Posted on Apr 17, 2020
Virtual Tech & STEM Showcase is a unique opportunity for students to participate and showcase projects in science, technology, engineering, and math over an eight week period.

Each week there will be a different challenge for K-12 youth to try at home and then share with the community online through social media and the Apple STEM Network website. There is no cost to participate and a celebrity guest judge will select one winning project each week. The weekly winner will receive a $100 visa gift card, their project will be displayed online, and have an interview on KOHO radio.

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WEEKLY PROJECTS

Due April 12 Design Your Own Meme
Due April 19 Coding Creations
Due April 26 Extraordinary Engineering
Due May 3 Tech On A Roll: Toilet Paper Designs
Due May 10 May the 4th Be With You: Star Wars or “Future” Designs
Due May 17 STEM Inventors and Entrepreneurs
Due May 24 Virtual Science Fair
Due May 31 Tech With Me Tutorials

The Apple STEM Network is part of a statewide effort supported by Washington STEM. Washington STEM provides guidance, some degree of funding support, and mutually reinforces activities across regional networks and leadership in efforts to define and promote the importance of STEM education and STEM career paths across the state.

The Network is co-directed by the North Central Educational Service District and GWATA (North Central Washington’s Technology Alliance). The leadership team consists of ten individuals representing school districts, businesses, and other educational institutes.

The Apple STEM Network covers the North Central Region, spanning from Moses Lake to Okanogan. The North Central Region is home to growing information technology, healthcare, K-12 education, agriculture, and construction. Twenty-four school districts in the North Central Region are partners in the Apple STEM Network.

Please email us at [email protected] if you have any questions about the challenge.
FOR INFORMATION ON HOW TO PARTICIPATE CLICK HERE