Students use their persistence skills while trying to solve the "Shape by Shape" puzzle.
Armstrong Elementary School held a Science and Math Night on Thursday, April 26. Students and their families participated using their space passports to journey through sixteen math and science learning stations. These stations included curriculum taught throughout the year and provided hands-on, minds-on learning opportunities for all students. Highlights from the evening included: creating individual density bottles, planting seeds to take home, riding a bicycle in order to generate electricity, and playing mathematical thinking games. Nearly 500 parents and students attended the event and enjoyed the activities provided by the Armstrong staff.