From Our Superintendent

While students and staff are enjoying the fun of summer vacation, the Lewiston School District has some exciting news to share!

Centennial Elementary received word that it is one of 15 schools to share $3 million in technology grants. Centennial Elementary will implement a STREAM initiative which focuses on science, technology, research, engineering, arts and mathematics – allowing students to immerse themselves in “hands dirty” and “feet wet” activities. They will implement this initiative throughout the entire school, from Kindergarten to 6th grade. The $67,707.95 grant will fund items such as fourth generation iPads, 3-D printers, high definition camcorders, twelve GPS units and two IROK Lego Robotic Team Kits to allow Centennial students to compete in the local Lego Robotics League. Students will be able to video record and document research data, Skype with students from around the world to learn about other cultures and languages, broaden their artistic expression with computerized art projects, and participate in after-school activities that will include the robotics league, sports motion study and competitions in science, engineering, applied arts and applied math. Congratulations, Centennial students and staff!

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