Lansing Charter Academy students had the chance to participate in more than 20 hands-on science projects at the school’s annual Science Experience. From forensics, to dissecting animals, K9 dogs, and robots.
LCA Dean and Science Experience Coordinator Cassandra Trawitz was once again thrilled that so many students and parents could enjoy this fun night.
Science Experience is an opportunity for families in
our school community to experience biology, geology, chemistry, physics,
technology, engineering, and robotics all in one night," said Trawitz. "Scientists and
engineers throughout the state set up in classrooms to show off their
demonstrations and processes to kids of all ages. Not only are students
able to see science in action, they are able to be interact with science
personally. Our presenters also discuss their field of work, giving
students of all backgrounds the opportunity to understand the types of jobs
available if interested in science."