STEAM Academy Opening Celebration

JOIN THE “CLAP IN” CEREMONY FOR STEAM ACADEMY STUDENTS!

the old Johnson Elementary School

STEAM Academy, 123 E. Sixth Street

When: Wednesday, August 14, 7:30 AM

Where: 123 East Sixth Street

Please join in celebration as the STEAM Academy – the site of UK’s first dual credit program – prepares to open its doors for the inaugural Class of 2017. We invite you to join the festivities by participating in a morning “clap in” upon arrival of the students at the front entrance of the old Johnson Elementary School on East Sixth Street (where the STEAM Academy is temporarily housed).

Clap in at Hughes STEM High School in Ohio

“Clap In” Hughes STEM H. S.,  Ohio

The morning “clap in” is fashioned after a similar celebration put on by the Hughes STEM High School in Ohio.

Wear your UK colors, bring your UK cheer pompons or noisemakers and come out in style to show support of this unique partnership between the University of Kentucky and Fayette County Public Schools.

Special guests include a performance by UK Opera students.

We hope you will join us for this exciting event!

Laurie HenryDr. Laurie A. Henry
On behalf of the STEAM Advisory Board

Dr. Laurie A. Henry
Interim Department Chair
Associate Professor
Curriculum & Instruction
College of Education
University of Kentucky

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