WHAT: Fontana Unified School District will hold its third annual STEM Showcase, providing families with a day of engaging activities and highlighting the array of science, technology, engineering and mathematics offerings available from elementary school through adult education.

This year’s event, themed “CSI: Cultivating STEM Innovations,” will feature activities and demonstrations in aviation, computing, programming and robotics, as well as a planetarium.

WHEN: 9 a.m. to noon
Saturday, April 29

WHERE: Summit High School
15551 Summit Ave., Fontana
DETAILS: The free event, open to all Fontana Unified families, will feature an interactive look at the District’s science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) programs, as well as student projects that demonstrate the knowledge and skills learned through STEM instruction.

Fontana Unified’s STEM programs include a variety of career technical education pathways – which provide relevant industry experience in such fields as aviation, information and communication technologies, bio animatronics, health science and medical technologies, mechatronics, media and entertainment, and more – as well as coding and robotics instruction that begins in elementary school.

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