Oak Harbor Art Department wins $5,000 STEM Grant

Jan 26, 2022 | Schools | 0 comments

OAK HARBOR–The Oak Harbor High School Art Department will be awarded $5,000 to expand Art/STEM learning projects through Ohio STEM Learning Network Classroom Grant Program, funded by Battelle.

The project title is “How Does Metal Become Art?”

In total, 151 classrooms across 55 Ohio counties join Oak Harbor High School in winning the award.

“The schools and educators awarded today will create powerful new experiences to amaze and inspire students,” said Kelly Gaier Evans, Director of the Ohio STEM Learning Network. “We invest in these programs to foster the next generation of Ohio innovators.”

Awardees must incorporate one or more of the following categories into their projects.

  • Community Problem Solving
  • STEM Career Exploration
  • Building STEM Mindsets
  • Design Thinking and Infrastructure

“I wish to congratulate our outstanding High School Art Teacher Elly Gilbert for her efforts to secure this grant for our students,” said B-C-S Superintendent Guy Parmigian.

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