Students participate in first ever STEM Day
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LIVERPOOL, N.Y. -- There were some extra lessons for students at Liverpool High School on Saturday. It was the first annual Central New York STEM Day. The event tries to get students interested in science, technology, engineering, and math.
Local businesses, high school, and colleges all participated. Projects were showcased, trying to capture people's imagination.
"We have a robotics club that's going on right behind me. As well as multiple other things that are going on. The idea is to get the word out about different organizations and what they do for stem," said Matt Starke, Liverpool High School Teacher.
The engineering event was hosted by State Assemblyman Don Miller.