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3-D printers, flight simulators and lasers, oh my!

 

At the Jewish Academy of Orlando, science was all the rage at the Community Open House featuring Family Science Night Tuesday night, Oct. 28. Each class in the school offered hands-on science experiments in which the students could participate. In addition to doing these experiments themselves, the students could also interact with several scientists in the school demonstrating experiments for the students. These experiments included two 3-D printers, a demonstration of lasers, and flight simulation computers and software. Not only was this program available to the students of the Jewish Academy, but also to the community at-large.

This was a wonderful event to showcase the entire Jewish Academy curriculum to its current and prospective families with a focus on the science curriculum. It was a fun and informative evening, and a joy to see the children so engaged in their learning.

For more information or to arrange a visit to the school, please contact Alan Rusonik, Head of School, at arusonik@myjao.org or 407-647-0713.

 

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