Featured Story Local Students Explore STEM at Valley Mall
The aroma of mall pretzels drifted overhead as middle school students whipped around on a hovercraft. Droves of shoppers carried their purchases and watched as elementary school students skipped barefoot through goop, made their own lava lamps and built paper towers. These displays were only a few of the engaging, hands-on activities at the Harrisonburg City Public School’s “STEM Day” hosted at Valley Mall on Saturday February 22.
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