Open House at Sanibel School To Showcase STEM Program

provided to The Santiva Chronicle

Sanibel’s award-winning K-8 public school is opening its doors to the community at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 17 for one of the first times since the start of the pandemic. Students and teachers want you to stop by for visit so you can hear updates about the school, and catch a glimpse of its exciting program focused on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).

Thanks to generous support from our community through the Sanibel School Fund, the school is privileged to provide this cutting edge educational program to its students.

The school’s STEM teacher, Ms. Kelly Johnson, and several of her students, will lead the event, displaying some of the exciting and unique STEM projects that community donations have made possible. Guests will also hear the latest updates on the school from Principal Jamie Reid, and have the chance to be the first to sign up for the annual Blue Ribbon Classic Golf Tournament, a favorite springtime event on the Islands.

All members of the community are welcome, especially those who have contributed to The Sanibel School Fund through the years. Light refreshments will be available, but space is limited. Please email to RSVP.

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