Nahani Way Public School will be holding the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Grand Finale Competition event on May 2 from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
Nahani Way has been working closely with senior students from Glenforest Secondary School. Since October, the Glenforest STEM club has been mentoring Grades 1 to 3 students on coding, design, robotics and various STEM principles.
The Grand Finale competition will showcase a presentation on the collaborative work of the students. Awards will go out for best science presentation, fastest robot, best coding and most creative robot.
Peel District School Board Director of Education Tony Pontes and Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie will be in attendance.
The panel of judges includes STEM professionals from General Motors, Greater Toronto Area Airport , Magna, Ontario Ministry of Health, University of Toronto, and Vision of Science.
The Peel Board is aims to inspire hope in each child to reach their full potential and encourages STEM education.