Georgia STEM Day
March 4, 2022
A Celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in Georgia
Georgia STEM Day is a day for schools, educators, students, and companies to engage in activities involving science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). By celebrating Georgia STEM Day 2022, you help to raise awareness of the importance of STEM in our state.
Thousands of schools across Georgia will participate to celebrate Georgia STEM Day on March 4, 2022. Georgia STEM Day is a day for schools, educators, students, and companies to engage in activities involving science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
It’s okay to start getting excited NOW!
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
In 2022, TAG-Ed will offer a variety of programming options to include in your STEM Day celebration.
Join any of the following scheduled activities on STEM Day.. There will be several activity options for K-5, 6-8, and 9-12 grade bands.
IYou can also still attend the live streamed sessions on YouTube: (TBD) for Elementary and Career Conversations for Middle/High.
SPREAD THE WORD
● Promote your involvement in your school community!
● Post on your social media platforms (feel free to customize)
For support on Georgia STEM Day, contact:
● Heather Maxfield at 404-920-2022
Celebrate GA STEM Day your own way! Host a career fair, take a field trip, participate in a design competition. Check out these great ideas for your hosting your own Virtual STEM Day. Whatever you end up doing, be sure to register and share your GA STEM Day stories. Registration gives you access to all programming. A detailed agenda will be posted soon. For now, please register your classroom/school to participate in Georgia STEM Day, and we will send you further details and promotional materials for your school.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Do I have to register? In order to access any of the planned programs, you will need to register. If you are planning your own activities for Georgia STEM Day, we would like to know about them so please register also.
Is there a cost? All programming is free to Georgia schools.
Who can participate? This event is designed for students in K-12 in public, private, or home school settings. Educators and parents are encouraged to participate as well.
Other questions? Contact Heather Maxfield, Heather@tagonline.org