Bring the family to see flight simulators, catapults, robots and more and get them hooked on science at Calvert County Public Schools 4th Annual Science and Engineering EXPO this weekend.
The event will be Saturday, Feb. 28 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Calvert High School. The family event is designed to be fun and engaging for children and adults. Come out to see what CCPS has to offer in the world of science and engineering. Along with robots, flight simulators and catapults there will also be science fair projects.
The EXPO also offers families a chance to explore the Spaceflight America Museum and Science Center, located in the Arthur Storer Planetarium on the grounds of Calvert High School. The Museum’s Open House activities will include hands-on experience with a vertical wind tube, as well as many other STEM explorations and an exhibit highlighting manned spaceflight.
The Science and Engineering EXPO is open to the public. Families and students from pre-K through 12th grade are invited to attend. The event is designed foster student interest in science and engineering, with the hopes of increasing participation in STEM classes, clubs, and careers.