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STEM Fair- registration due Jan. 8, 2022


All students are encouraged to participate in this year's STEM fair with individual, family or classroom STEM projects. 

Participation is optional for all students, even K-3 classrooms and 4th and 5th grade students.

2022 STEM Fair Committee

Cari Hushman - Chair

Kathy Chandler                       

James Dominguez                   

Dan Dorsey   

Stephanie Kern

Angela Kinney 

Mark Learn                                        

Bob Murphy                           

Justin Rein                              

Michael Wojcik


2022 STEM Fair Winners

2022 STEM Fair Winners

All the students who participated impressed the judges with their depth knowledge, explanation of their projects, and presentation skills. Congratulations to you all!

This year's winners are:

Grades K-2 Science Project

1st Foster H. (Ms Penny)

2nd Ariana J. (Mrs. Milligan)

3rd Devin A. (Mrs. Burke)


Best K-2 Demonstration:  Grace (Mrs. Coffee)

Best K-2 Presentation:  Mark H. (Mrs. Dayhoff)

Grade K-2 Best of Fair: Camilla L. (Mrs. Burke)


Grades 3-5 Demonstrations

1st Jacob E, (Mrs. Ramos)

2nd Tessa K. (Mrs. Morgan)


Grades 3-5 Science Project

Tied for 1st. Gabe A. (Mrs. Morgan) & Adelaide W. (Ms Sena)

3rd Evangelina P. (Mrs. Morgan)


Grade 3-5 Best of Fair:  Kate H. (Mrs. Carver)

Exploration, Engineering, and  Science Fair

2022 Information

Mark your calendars for Thursday, April 7th for the SASM STEM Fair!

There are three ways to participate in this year’s STEM fair and we are hoping all students participate.
Students can complete

  1. an individual project
  2. a family project, or
  3. a classroom project.  

Projects can include science projects, engineering projects or science demonstrations.  Students have the option to compete for ribbons and prizes.  

More information can be found at SASM STEM Fair on the SASM website. On this page, you can find guidebooks to help your student create a project, including generating project ideas, tips for creating good projects, questions for practicing for conversations with the judges and much, much more!

This year’s STEM fair will be hybrid.  The students will bring their projects to school as normal, but the presentation to the judges and conversation afterwards will occur through google classrooms.  Therefore, the students will be at school but the judges will be participating virtually.  

Entry forms are due January 8, 2022, but the entry form is available now. You will need a title and description of the project to complete the form.  
Questions? Please email Cari Hushman at

Important Dates

Updated dates coming soon! These are last year's dates, just to give you an idea.

STEM Fair Important Dates

Goals & Purpose

The San Antonito STEM Fair is on its way!  This year the fair will be held on Thursday, April 7, 2022.  The STEM Fair Committee would like to offer a few pointers and words of encouragement (especially for those beginning kindergarten parents!).  

  • Our goal is to ignite the students’ interest in science and engineering, to have them explore some concept and have fun.  
  • Facilitating the project is different from doing it for your child. Make sure you do not do all the work.  However, do not leave your child to flounder, winding up with a negative feeling toward science.  
  • Help your child choose a project in which he or she truly has an interest. Make it fun!  Let them wonder, let them investigate, let them find something out!
  • Remember, learning can be messy!  As long as your child (and your home) is safe, all you have to do is provide the time, materials.  Natural curiosity will take your child to a higher level of thinking.
  • For grades K-2, encourage the students to explore science in their own way.  They do not need to follow the scientific method perfectly.

If you have questions, contact Cari Hushman.


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