2018-06-13 / News

Lynch students enjoy third annual STEM Expo


Robotics was a popular topic among students like Austin Osburn, Brooke Jostock, Ava Castelluzzo and Lydia Fenner. 
Photos by Nicholas Pugliese Robotics was a popular topic among students like Austin Osburn, Brooke Jostock, Ava Castelluzzo and Lydia Fenner. Photos by Nicholas Pugliese MAYFIELD TWP. — Students, parents and staff at Lynch Elementary School recently enjoyed their third annual STEM Expo, highlighting all things science, technology, engineering and math during a series of hands-on activities and events. Each grade level showed off STEM-related projects, robotics, and STEM information presentations, culminating in Family Code Night, which allowed Lynch students and their families to do their first hour of real computer programming.

Nicholas Pugliese



Students (from left) Lydia Fenner, Shyanne Swafford, Andrew Taylor, Danika Lowe and Jazzlynn Hauxwell put the finishing touches on their robot, designed to clean. Students (from left) Lydia Fenner, Shyanne Swafford, Andrew Taylor, Danika Lowe and Jazzlynn Hauxwell put the finishing touches on their robot, designed to clean.

Lynch Elementary students Avah McKinstry, Alison Broecker and Caleb Pung operate their school supply delivery bot, inexplicably nicknamed “Dave Sullivan Bobby.” Lynch Elementary students Avah McKinstry, Alison Broecker and Caleb Pung operate their school supply delivery bot, inexplicably nicknamed “Dave Sullivan Bobby.”

Students like (from left) Breanna Garcia, Christina Bannasch, Greenlee Magrum, Levi Fessler and Shane Shannon constructed robots for specific purposes, like candy distribution. Students like (from left) Breanna Garcia, Christina Bannasch, Greenlee Magrum, Levi Fessler and Shane Shannon constructed robots for specific purposes, like candy distribution.

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