Interactive STEM Adventure at MFHS
The U.S. Army Hands-on Interactive STEM Educational experience offers students an opportunity to see how technological advances are used by the Army to help a new generation of Soldiers combat environmental and national threats

The US Army Interactive and Adventure Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) semi-trailer is on its way to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl next week, but first, it will make a stop at Marble Falls High School Monday, January 11th from 8:30A - 3:30P!  Students from MFHS’ CTE Engineering, Robotics, Aerospace, and Science classes will have the opportunity to interact with the traveling STEM experience right at the campus.

The Interactive and Adventure Semitrailers are high-tech, interactive exhibits surrounded by high impact graphics, realistic visuals and sound effects that offer a sneak preview to the world of Army technology.  The semitrailers include simulators that allow visitors to drive or fly some of the Army’s latest equipment.

“This is a fantastic opportunity that we can take advantage of to offer our students a STEM learning opportunity,” said MFHS Principal, Manny Lunoff.  “The U.S. Army Interactive STEM adventure will allow our students to explore a variety of career paths as well as explore service to their country.  In addition to providing a showcase about the importance of education, especially math and science skills to achieve success in life, the travelling STEM exhibit offers students ideas on how they can develop critical thinking skills for lifelong learning.”

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                   Director of Communications