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Our STEM and DASH (days of arts, science, and humanities) programs are student-centered and experiential.
Our students get their hands on a variety of materials to redesign, rethink, and explore, all the while building their 21st century skill set.  Using 3-D printing, student plans and thinking come to life.  In each grade, teachers make use of technological tools to help students conduct research, organize information, create presentations and projects, and document their learning. 
The curriculum during DASH weeks focuses on one umbrella topic or concept three times a year. Students participate in the worldwide Cardboard Challenge, as well as designing their own menorahs out of recycled materials, each year in STEM classes.
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