The school year ended with a STEM Day for the Lower School hosted by middle school STEM students. A wonderful opportunity to empower students to step into leadership roles, selected student leaders helped to plan the STEM task for each grade and taught the lower school students. Biblically-themed projects included a kindergarten challenge to design and test a tin foil boat to keep “baby Moses” dry. Fifth grade students built catapults to launch items over the “Wall of Jericho” and our creative first graders designed candy cane bridges. The day was filled with fellowship between upper and lower school students as the middle school instructors encouraged lower school students as they worked on designing, building and testing their projects through the design process.