Families enjoy ‘STEAM’ Night


Build tornado-proof houses at JEMS

Special to The Union Times



Photo courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here JEMS student Cally Palmer and her mother work on their project.


Photo courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here JEMS student Jaiya McKissick, her father and brother work on their project.


Photo courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here JEMS student Kimber Vicars and her father work on their project.


Photo courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here JEMS student Bryson Dameron and his mother work on their project.


Photo courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here JEMS student Hayden Knox and a family friend work on their project.


Photo courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here JEMS student Symone Murphy and her mother work on their project.


Photo courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here the students who took part in the activity with their families proudly display the houses they built. Featured left to right are Jaiya McKissick, Hayden Knox, Cally Palmer, Kimber Vicars, Symone Murphy, and Bryson Dameron.


JONESVILLE — At Jonesville Elementary/Middle School they believe that the family that does a “STEAM” project together stays together, especially when they build a tornado-proof house.

In a statement last week, Jonesville Elementary/Middle School announce that JEMS students and their families took part in ‘STEAM Night’ at the school on Jan. 31.

STEAM is acronym that states for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math and the project the students and their families were assigned to undertake required the use of all those disciplines.

The press release states that students were given the task of building a house that would withstand the winds of a tornado.

Assisted by family members, the students proceeded to do just that and presented their finished products to school officials.

As for tornado-proof those houses are, the press release states “We are happy to report that all of our house are still intact, and that Dorothy and Toto are fine.”

Photo courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here JEMS student Cally Palmer and her mother work on their project.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_thumbnail_Family-night-1.jpgPhoto courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here JEMS student Cally Palmer and her mother work on their project.

Photo courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here JEMS student Jaiya McKissick, her father and brother work on their project.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_thumbnail_Family-night-2.jpgPhoto courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here JEMS student Jaiya McKissick, her father and brother work on their project.

Photo courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here JEMS student Kimber Vicars and her father work on their project.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_thumbnail_family-night-3.jpgPhoto courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here JEMS student Kimber Vicars and her father work on their project.

Photo courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here JEMS student Bryson Dameron and his mother work on their project.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_thumbnail_family-night-4.jpgPhoto courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here JEMS student Bryson Dameron and his mother work on their project.

Photo courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here JEMS student Hayden Knox and a family friend work on their project.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_thumbnail_family-night-5.jpgPhoto courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here JEMS student Hayden Knox and a family friend work on their project.

Photo courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here JEMS student Symone Murphy and her mother work on their project.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_thumbnail_family-night-6.jpgPhoto courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here JEMS student Symone Murphy and her mother work on their project.

Photo courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here the students who took part in the activity with their families proudly display the houses they built. Featured left to right are Jaiya McKissick, Hayden Knox, Cally Palmer, Kimber Vicars, Symone Murphy, and Bryson Dameron.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_thumbnail_family-night-7.jpgPhoto courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School Jonesville Elementary/Middle School hosted “STEAM” Night on Jan. 31. The program involved students and their families using the various disciplines of STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math — to build tornado-proof houses. Here the students who took part in the activity with their families proudly display the houses they built. Featured left to right are Jaiya McKissick, Hayden Knox, Cally Palmer, Kimber Vicars, Symone Murphy, and Bryson Dameron.
Build tornado-proof houses at JEMS

Special to The Union Times

This story courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School.

This story courtesy of Jonesville Elementary/Middle School.

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