The Corinth School District hosted another fun-filled STEM Saturday camp on February 11. Over 120 students registered to attend the Valentine-themed, “STEM=LOVE,” Saturday camp that helps students discover how STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) connects to the world around us through fun, hands-on experiments and experiences.
Be sure to sign up for the April 13 Spring is in the Air STEM Saturday: https://forms.gle/
Five local athletes have signed their letters of intent recently, highlighted by Corinth’s Eli Burciaga signing with Itawamba Community College football and Triston Marlar signing with Freed Hardeman baseball.
Corinth Middle School and Corinth High School each received $5,000 STEM classroom grants sponsored by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), Batelle Education/TSIN and ACE Power.
Corinth designated hitter/first baseman Triston Marlar signed his letter of intent with Freed Hardeman on Feb. 2.
On Jan. 27, the Corinth School District hosted a superheroes and fairytales-themed STEM Saturday. Over 120 students registered to attend this Saturday camp that helps students discover how STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) connects to the world around us through fun, hands-on experiments and experiences.
Corinth Elementary School students were “brighter and wiser” on Wednesday.
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Our kindergarteners had a blast at the Pumpkin Patch last week, enjoying exciting tractor rides, picking out the perfect pumpkins 🎃, sliding down thrilling slides, and having tons of fun all around! 🚜👧🧒🍁