It was a STEAM-takeover at Fountain Valley High School on April 28. The school hosted this year’s annual Huntington Beach Union High School District STEAM Fair.
With over 40 exhibits and several thousand attendees, it was the largest turnout yet for the event; it was an exciting showcase of innovative thinking and empowerment from elementary to high school students and organizations.
This is the second year the district has held the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) Fair. The exhibits varied from a DNA modeling assembly line, led by Fountain Valley High teacher Terah French; a portable aquaponic system, created by Edison High students; an array of pull toy mechanisms, built by Sowers Middle students; a 3D sculpturing area, led by Marina High teacher Michelle Dziadkowicz; and robotic demonstrations, built and programmed by Fountain Valley High students.
The STEAM Fair was sponsored by Engie Energy.