STEM night generates excitement for science

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Koloa School student volunteers Kate Edwards and Daysha Brause engage in an activity showing the impact of vacuum on marshmallows Friday during the ‘Ele‘ele School STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Night.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Students engage in a light saber duel Friday while other families engage in the different activities during the ‘Ele‘ele School STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Night.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Aleyah Rull wields her completed light saber while Kauai High School Key Club volunteers helps another keiki finish his saber Friday night during the ‘Ele‘ele School STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Night.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Charlie Olores focuses on extracting DNA from papaya Friday night at the station presented by Corteva Agriscience during the ‘Ele‘ele School STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Night.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Napea Stevens has fun steering the U.S. Navy Pacific Missile Range Facility at Barking Sands Septar boat with the help of BM2 Robert Serio Friday during the ‘Ele‘ele School STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Night.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Alika Koki uses his light saber while learning about “Three Little Pigments,” presented by the Kauai Science Community Friday during the ‘Ele‘ele School STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Night.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Wilcox School teacher Ronson Sahut and Waimea High School student Leslie Uri try out the vacuum bag activity as Koloa School volunteers Kate Edwards and Daysha Brause look on Friday night during the ‘Ele‘ele School STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Night.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Charlene Burgess, a mother of a Wilcox School student volunteer, helps ‘Ele‘ele School students with a tablet that allows viewers to see the inside of a person’s body Friday during the ‘Ele‘ele School STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Night.

‘ELE‘ELE — Ronson Sahut, a Wilcox School teacher, spoke calmly to the student, in this instance, Leslie Uri, a Waimea High School student volunteer, who was crouched and encased in a large trash bag Friday evening in the ‘Ele‘ele School cafeteria.

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