VES holds annual STEAM Night

Photos by DiAnna Martinez

Allison Cooper leads students through an ultraviolet light experiment using UV beads during STEAM Night March 23 at Vogelweh Elementary School.
Allison Cooper leads students through an ultraviolet light experiment using UV beads during STEAM Night March 23 at Vogelweh Elementary School.

 

The Cripps family try their hands at parachute building during STEAM Night March 23 at Vogelweh Elementary School.

 

Col. Curtis Juell, 86th Mission Support Group commander, experiments with and discusses DNA extraction with a student during STEAM Night March 23 at Vogelweh Elementary School.

 
Vogelweh Elementary School held its second annual STEAM Night March 23. The interactive event consisted of 23 different hands-on activities relating to science, technology, engineering, art and math. Parents and students were able to participate in activities such as DNA extraction, glow slime, magic milk, line design, math games, Hour of Code and more. The focus of the event was to get families involved in STEAM activities. More than 250 people participated in STEAM Night, among which were special guests Col. Curtis Juell, 86th Mission Support Group commander; Dr. Dell McMullen, Department of Defense Education Activity Europe director; and Sarah Boroski, Kaiserslautern area school liaison.