Timberlane Middle School's STEM Vision
Timberlane Middle School gears it’s STEM instruction to exposure to the engineering design process. This is through elective courses, such as Project Lead the Way Courses, as well as in the various science classes. We feel that exposing students to the universality of engineering design will provide them with important skill sets such as problem solving, communication, and making connections between academics or professions. Embedding this process into the curriculum will further support students to STEM endeavors at the high school.
Application Process for Enrollment:
The STEM Magnet Program has rolled up into the middle school. This program is open to 6th grade students. Each spring there will be an application process for acceptance into the program. Please check back in the spring for details on the application as well as deadlines.
Please note: students enrolled in the STEM Magnet Program at Bear Tavern will automatically be accepted into the Timberlane Middle School Program so there is no need to complete an application for 6th grade.
More Information about STEM at Timberlane:
Please visit the links below for more information:
Save the Date: The Science & Engineering Fair at TMS will be on Saturday, February 10th.
STEM in Action at Timberlane:
Students in 7th grade STEM classrooms were provided with an exciting opportunity to use their engineering skills. Their challenge was to create a tower using the provided material that would hold a tennis ball. Students were given 18 minutes to complete the task. Check out some of the student's designs.