Mozart Secondary and Rembrandt Secondary participated in a camp and competition at Rice University.

For the first time ever, four students from Mozart Secondary and Rembrandt Secondary participated in a weeklong camp: “They Say STEM Camp”, a program from the Rice Tapia Center for Excellence & Equity at Rice University in Houston. Students were placed in teams to create projects, lessons, and even participated in an engineering competition. There was also a presentation competition where students presented to parents, teachers, judges, and directors of the camp.

 

Our students placed as follows.

Rembrandt Secondary

Jabes Gallardo:

                1st place Oral Presentation

                1st Place Visual Presentation

 

Adrian Rodriguez-DiBella:

                2nd Place Oral Presentation

Mozart Secondary

Sofia Alvarez:

                2nd place Visual Presentation

Azael Hernandez:

                1st Place Visual Presentation

                2nd Place Oral Presentation

                3rd Place Engineering Competition

 

Additionally, teachers participated as well in the Professional Development Camps: learning, working, and collaborating in Project Based Learning Instruction.

Congratulations to all!

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