Students from more than 100 schools in the Northwest San Fernando Valley
will be demonstrating their skills in STEAM – science, technology, engineering, the arts and math.
STEAMFest is designed to spotlight how students in Local District Northwest invent, innovate and advocate to create local solutions for a global impact. There will be robotics demonstrations, sustainability exhibits and information on the STEAM-related courses offered at local schools.
In addition to showcasing project-based learning, the free event will include almost 100 performances, including vocal and instrumental music, dancing and spoken-word presentations.
Local District Northwest STEAMFest
9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, March 4
Grover Cleveland Charter High School
8140 Vanalden Ave., Reseda
School Board President Steve Zimmer
School Board Members Mónica Ratliff and Scott Schmerelson
Superintendent Michelle King
Local District Northwest Superintendent Vivian Ekchian
Students from more than 100 schools in Local District Northwest, including
aspiring scientists, computer programmers, engineers, mathematicians and
performers from more than 100 schools in Local District Northwest.
Contact: Barbara Jones (213) 241-6766