Lenape High School hosted its annual Family Science Night on Tuesday, March 11. Approximately 100 families were in attendance at the evening event, which took place at various locations within the high school. Participants included fourth grade students from Mt. Laurel and their families. Many Lenape staff members brought their school-age children along as well.
The young scientists had the opportunity to complete six different science activities through the course of the night. Some of the activities included shooting a rocket made from a film canister, making a kazoo, making a weather vane and the chance to drive the Lenape Storm Robotics robot around the cafeteria. Student instructors were members of the Lenape High School ChemClub, Science League, Robotics, Environmental, and Meteorology Clubs.