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STEAM = Science + Technology + Engineering + Art + Mathematics
This program is designed to be a safer alternative for school-age children remotely attending 2020-2021 school year schools. Our integrated STEAM Enrichment is an interdisciplinary program that offers academic support. Throughout the school year we span the gamut of history, art, and of course STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) through hands-on exploration. Scholars are divided into different age groups and participate in activities designed for (and with) them. It is our goal to offer scholars a variety of experiences including crafts, hands-on STEM opportunities, reading support, and team building challenges as well as homework support.
How does it work?
Our Virtual Learning Lab is a clean classroom-like environment where students can come with their own laptops to remotely "attend" their school. Our staff will assist with school work and monitor their remote learning. Students will be spread out across the facility between at 6ft apart. Students can attend either half or full day and will have the same STEM Staff Monitor. We will work around student schedules for lunch, play, and break time.
Snack: Must provide/bring
Lunch: Must provide/bring
Transportation: None provided. Please coordinate with Princeton City School District Transportation for drop-off information.
What does my child have access to? Students will have access to our Wi-Fi network, printer (up to 10 pages per week), pencils, crayons, glue, colored pencils, and rulers.
What Covid-19 Safety Precautions are we taking?
- Curbside drop off and pick up. At this time for the increased safety of campers and staff we are limiting the guests in our facility.
- Temperature check before camp starts for all staff/volunteers, and at drop-off for each child. If child's temperature reads at 99 degrees they will not be admitted into camp that day. If anyone in your family has a temperature of 100 degrees or higher, please keep your child home for the safety of others.
- Campers will be spread out across the whole room at only 1 - 2 campers per table.
- Daily cleaning at the end of each camp. High touch surfaces Cleaned twice during camp.
- Trained staff on hand washing, cleaning high-touch surfaces, and cough etiquette. We will clean surfaces multiple times daily.
- Hand-washing routines (before beginning class, before/after lunch, after outdoor playtime, at the end of the day)
- Reduced group size
- We are no longer providing water bottles. Each camper needs to bring their own labeled bottle.
- Each staff member will wear a mask. Students are REQUIRED to wear masks. You can provide your own, or we will provide them for $5 for the week.
Fall Session Sept. 7 - Nov. 13, 2020
Hours: 8:00AM - 4:00PM
Monday - Friday
Grades: 2nd - 8th
Scholar limit: 20
After School Enrichment: 4:15PM - 6:00PM
Email us for additional information at and availability: CincySTEMLab@CincySTEMLab.com
If your child has received negative behavioral responses at school, this may not be the program for them. We take learning time very seriously and any distraction to student learning causes concern. Students can be removed from this program without a refund.
We are dedicated to designing customized STEM/STEAM (science, technology, engineering, math and art) clubs for schools in Butler and Hamilton County. Below you will learn about our most popular project-based enrichment programs and how to register your child or request a consultation for your school.
Educating children on STEM concepts has become a large focus in our school systems over the past few years, but many schools don’t have the resources to allow children explore these concepts in a fun, interactive manner. At The STEM Labpology, it is our mission to inspire children to pursue careers in STEM fields through educational play and hand-on learning at a young age.
Young engineers will explore the principles of engineering by designing and building projects using Lego bricks. This program is the perfect fusion of physics, engineering, and art!
This is for the budding scientist! The kid that wants to know why and how things happen. Students will increase their scientific literacy skills by examining everyday situations propelled by science. We will investigate our favorite foods, electricity, environmental science, and more.
This series is exclusively for the powerful girls! Scholars will explore chemical engineering by creating some of their favorite personal care items. Girls will also learn engineering basics through a design project.
Our Junior Forensic Scientists will examine evidence from a crime scene to test against multiple suspects. Everything from hair, fingerprint, DNA analysis and handwriting will be inspected.
For your budding chemist, this science series investigates something we all love: FOOD! Using hands-on experiments, scholars will enjoy concocting mixtures, analyzing elements, and most of all tasting their lab work. Through food, students can learn a lot about physical and natural sciences and it's all fingers-first!
In this specialized in-school STEM robotics and coding series, scholars will explore mechanisms, build and design features for robots and program them through coding to complete tasks.
Below you will learn about our most popular project-based enrichment programs and how to register your child or request a consultation for your school.
Select the appropriate item by school name and price. Once your payment is completed you will receive a confirmation from The STEM Lab with details about your child's club. Please make sure to also complete the registration form provided by the school or The STEM Lab.
*Please note, club prices are based on many factors including type, student numbers, facilitators required, consumable materials, location, etc.
THANK YOU PARENTS!!
If you submitted a registration form early and have yet to pay, please email us at Info@CincySTEMLab.com to see if you are included in the roster (as registration is not complete unless payment is made). To avoid the card processing charge you can pay by check to "The STEM Lab" and turn into the office no less than three days before the first day of class.