Immaculate Conception School STEM program earns accreditation _lowres

Photo provided by Immaculate Conception School—Faculty members at Immaculate Conception School who have earned STEM.org certification are, first row, assistant principal Linda Henr; second row, from left, Charla Dalton, Desiré Cook, Brittany Cortez, Stacey Prejean, Carla Sumner, Melissa Spano and Nicole Newchurch; and third row, Eddie Henry, Ashley Hernandez, Tracee Brewer, Andia Leyva, Lynnette Smith, Lisa Hannan, Zetta Gauthé, Janet Flattmann, Teri Majoué, Kelly Guillory, Anthony Spano and Ashley Parria.

The science, technology, engineering and math program at Immaculate Conception School in Marrero has earned accreditation through STEM.org. Members of the school’s faculty earned certification through the organization, having attended a two-day training seminar at the end of the last school year. The seminar offered insights into using hands-on activities and critical thinking exercises to develop deeper understanding of concepts in STEM subject areas.