Schools-to-Space® Visits Merritt Island Christian School in Florida

Schools-to-Space® Visits Merritt Island Christian School in Florida

    Schools-to-Space® visited Merritt Island Christian School the latter part of April.  The award winning movie, “I Want to be an Astronaut,” which was originally premiered on the ISS, was screened for 35 students and staff.  Schools-to-Space® is a licensed screener for the movie which was produced and filmed by David Ruck. “I Want to be an Astronaut” is…

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SpaceTEC® to Host and Sponsor M-STEM

  SpaceTEC® will be a host and sponsor for the M-STEM Conference November 1-3, 2015 in Cocoa Beach Florida. Schools-to-Space® Program Coordinator and author, Gregory N. Cecil, M.A.S., will be conducting three STEM instructor workshops consisting of: Classroom Laboratory at the Edge of Space: Introducing the Mini-Cube Program Teaching Human Space Flight in the Secondary Classroom Screening of the award…

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SpaceTEC® Schools-to-Space® Program Co-Sponsors STEM Event in Whitehall Michigan

  SpaceTEC®’s Schools-to-Space®, along with the Alcoa Foundation and movie producer David Ruck,  was the proud cosponsor of the weeklong STEM event, the screening of the award winning movie “I Want to be an Astronaut” and panel discussion, in October of 2015 at the Howmet Playhouse in Whitehall Michigan.  Over 1,300 middle school students attended the weeklong screenings and interacted with…

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