East Bradford Elementary school was bustling with family, food, and fun when Principal Alston and his staff recently hosted a small gathering at the school. The evening included homemade meatballs, prepared by Principal Alston, and a variety of other culinary delights. Students and their families tried their hand at a variety of STEM challenges, including engineering a structure solely out of mini marshmallows and spaghetti. Students also put their coding skills to the test by incorporating math and ELA knowledge to program DASH robots. There was also a table set up where students could make a winter-themed craft to take home.
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