STEM Achievement in Baltimore Elementary Schools needs your help

A humorous illustration shows a woman pointing to fanciful scientific instruments

STEM Achievement in Baltimore Elementary Schools is hosting a showcase for students at participating schools and their families.

Johns Hopkins University partnered with Baltimore City Public Schools to develop and roll out the interactive science curriculum, which meets the Next Generation Science Standards.

More than 600 students and their families are expected to attend the event, which will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, May 15, at the Western High School/Baltimore Polytechnic Institute campus at 1400 W. Cold Spring Lane.

Volunteers are needed for both interactive demonstrations and general support tasks, such as greeting, registration, and breakdown.

University employees may use part of their Johns Hopkins Takes Time for Baltimore service leave to volunteer at the showcase, pending supervisor approval. Interested faculty and staff should complete this form.

Questions can be directed to William Lyoo at sabes@jhu.edu or 410-516-7968.

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