Sheldon, Iowa — Registration is open for all area 4th through 8th grade students to attend Fall STEM Fest 2015, hosted by Northwest Iowa Community College and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach 4H and Youth Programs. The event will be held Saturday, November 14th at Northwest Iowa Community College in Sheldon.
Steve Waldstein is an instructor at NCC, and he tells us what STEM Fest 2015 is all about.
Waldstein says that STEM Fest 2015 will be an all-day adventure for the students participating.
He talked about some of the things the students will be doing that day.
Waldstein says the students find that they’re having so much fun that they don’t realize they’re actually learning something.
To take part in STEM Fest 2015, it is requested that you pre-register by contacting your county’s ISU Extension Office. And while pre-registration is requested, Waldstein says no student will be turned away if they come to NCC on the morning of the 14th.