Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math

Mr. McCullough

Phone: 727.547.4520

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Mr. McCullough

Sceince, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

 

Thursdays from 8:30-9:30 in room 116

Mr. Warren

Phone: 727.547.4520

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Mr. Warren

Sceince, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

 

Wednesdays from 8:30-9:30 Room 6-205

WHY JOIN STEM?

  • Mission

    The mission of the STEM Academies is to offer students’ opportunities to conduct hands-on STEM investigations, explore careers in STEM, improve teambuilding and leadership skills, learn about business planning and interact with community partners.

    Seminole Middle School

    STEM - Science Technology Engineering and Math: In STEM, students are learning to use science, technology, engineering, and math to explore real world problems, think of new ideas, new industries, new companies to build his/her understanding of innovation and competitiveness.

  • Science is our natural world— sun, moon and stars…lands and oceans…weather, natural disasters, the diversity of nature, animals (large, small, microbial)…plants and food…the fuel that heats our homes and powers transportation…The list is almost endless. In today’s world, technology means computers and smartphones, but it goes back to television, radio, microscopes, telegraph, telescopes, the compass, and even the first wheel. Yes, engineering designs buildings, roads, and bridges, but it also tackles today’s challenges of transportation, global warming and environment-friendly machines, appliances and systems. We only have to look around to see what improvements to our lives and our homes have been engineered in the last decade alone. We encounter mathematics at the grocery store, the bank, on tax forms, in dealing with investments and the family budget. Every other STEM field depends on mathematics. STEM is important, because it pervades every aspect of our lives.

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