May 27, 2022


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West Oso ISD STEM teacher receives science kits from nonprofit

Christina Campos, a STEM instructor at West Oso Junior Superior, received science kits from a nonprofit to aid her learners engage even even further with STEM analysis and training.

Modern society for Science, an organization in Washington, D.C., gave $135,000 in analysis grants and science kits to 95 science academics from “underserved and underrepresented” communities Feb. 24 to advance learning in middle and high faculty school rooms across the place and abroad.

The nonprofit’s vision is to promote the comprehension and appreciation of science and the crucial purpose it plays in human advancement.

Campos is one particular of five teachers in Texas to obtain science kits.

Christina Campos is a STEM teacher at West Oso Junior High. She received four science kits Feb. 24 to help her students learn more about STEM from Society for Science, a nonprofit in Washington D.C.

“Inspite of our demographics currently being deprived, we have strived to defeat a large amount of limitations and have been productive,” Campos stated. “With a good deal of really hard operate, I am able to get the machines from the Modern society and seriously increase my classroom into a playground of types. I get to have much more fun with my pupils all day each day with my STEM lessons now.”