Kaua‘i Community Science Center teaches 19 classrooms remotely

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    From left: Sage Chaney, Sarah Styan and Kendra Knapp of the Kaua‘i Community Science Center arrive at Koloa School Friday for STEAM Day activities.

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    Koloa School fifth-grade teacher Leighton Medina holds up a student-made science project while the livestreamed STEAM Day activities play in the background Friday.

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    A Koloa School fifth-grade class watches a science demonstration livestreamed from their school’s cafeteria Friday.

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    A plastic dragon and the 3D-printer that made it are seen at Koloa School.

  • Scott Yunker / The Garden Island Sarah Styan of the Kaua‘i Community Science Center livestreams a presentation from the Koloa School cafeteria to all the students in various classrooms on campus Friday.

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    Koloa School Principal Leila Kobayashi and Sarah Styan of the Kaua‘i Community Science Center announce STEAM Day’s art-contest winners.

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    Koloa School Principal Leila Kobayashi talks to her school’s 347 students.

KOLOA — The Kaua‘i Community Science Center treated Koloa School students to a morning of discovery Friday during the nonprofit’s first-ever school-wide STEAM (science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics) Day.

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