Students catch STEM fever at district’s annual expo

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College Place Elementary fifth graders Emma Solyanik and Savannah Johnson (right) prepare to work with their Seahawk football robot named Marshawn Lynch. The robot is designed to act like a football player and make various football moves by using different sensors. The students were inspired by this year's Super Bowl to make sure Marshawn Lynch busts through the line for a touchdown. (Photos by David Pan)
College Place Elementary fifth graders Emma Solyanik and Savannah Johnson (right) prepare to work with their Seahawk football robot named Marshawn Lynch during the Edmonds School District STEM Fair Wednesday at Mountlake Terrace High School. The robot is designed to act like a football player and make various football moves by using different sensors. The students were inspired by this year’s Super Bowl to make sure Marshawn Lynch busts through the defensive line for a touchdown. (Photos by David Pan)
College Place Elementary fifth graders Etethe Hassan and Sharon Gutierrz (right) unleash Seahawk robot Marshawn Lynch.
College Place Elementary fifth graders Ehethe Hassan and Sharon Gutierrez (right) unleash Seahawk robot Marshawn Lynch, who busts through the New England defensive line for a touchdown. The 2015 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Expo showcased projects by students in grades 4-12.
Seahawk robot Marshawn Lynch
Seahawk robot Marshawn Lynch
The Edmonds-Woodway High School Robotics team build a robot that stack recycling bids and garbage cans. At the controls is senior Brandon Nakata (right).
The Edmonds-Woodway High School Robotics team built a robot that stacks recycling bins and garbage cans. At the controls is senior Brandon Nakata (right).
Brier Terrace Middle seventh graders Lukas Malins and Cole Johnston (right) talk about their solar-power car.
Brier Terrace Middle seventh graders Lukas Malins and Cole Johnston (right) talk about their solar-power car.
Edmonds Heights sixth grader Jacob Potter shows off a robot.
Edmonds Heights sixth grader Jacob Potter shows off a robot.
Christen Spadavecchia from Meadowdale Elementary was eager to talk about his Rotor Linear Supersonic Helicopter that was designed to land in narrow streets, such as Edmonds.
Christen Spadavecchia from Meadowdale Elementary was eager to talk about his Rotor Linear Supersonic Helicopter that was designed to land in narrow streets, such as in Edmonds.
Lynndale Elementary fourth grade class designed and build a canoe. Teacher Tom White supervised the project. Students also had to determine whether the canoe would float by a mathematical formula and later by taking it to the Lynnwood Recreation Center to test it in the pool. The canoe did in fact float.
Lynnwood Elementary’s fourth grade class designed and build a canoe. Teacher Tom White supervised the project. Students also had to determine whether the canoe would float by a mathematical formula and later by taking it to the Lynnwood Recreation Center to test it in the pool. The canoe did, in fact, float. Detailed plans of how the canoe was built can be found online at: https://teacher.edmonds.wednet.edu/lynnwood/twhite/documents.

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