What is STEM?

STEM education is the intentional integration of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, and their associated practices to create a student-centered learning environment in which students investigate and engineer solutions to problems, and construct evidence-based explanations of real-world phenomena with a focus on a student’s social, emotional, physical, and academic needs through shared contributions of schools, families, and community partners.

West Branch Local School district is partnering with Project Lead the Way to implement a hands-on STEM curriculum. To learn more about Project Lead the Way and the courses that they offer please visit their website at www.pltw.org. Inventor Cloud, a Mahoning County based company, has also been part of building the STEM program at WBLSD.

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Our 2021-2022 STEM fundraising campaign is under way!

Would you like to be part of this growing program at West Branch? Check out our Sponsorship Opportunities. This program is community funded and we hope to continue to grow and engage students in STEM curriculum. Contact Evelyn Woods at evelyn.woods@wbwarriors.org for more information or send a check payable to: West Branch Local School District STEM.

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Thank you, BUTECH BLISS for being our first sponsor for the 2021-2022 school year! Alliance Aultman Hospital, Simmer Crane, CTM, and an anonymous donor, we could not do this without you! Thank you for your 2021-2022 donation!

2020-2021 STEM Sponsors

Aultman Alliance Hospital BOC Water Hydraulics Butech Bliss CTM Labeling System Damascus PIE FedEx MAC Trailer Morgan Engineering Middle School PIE Salem Community Hospital SES Simmers Crane Sebring-West Branch Foundation Anonymous Donor

For additional information or questions: Evelyn Woods, High School Assistant Principal/STEM coordinator, Evelyn.Woods@wbwarriors.org