Students take STEAM challenge

Students in Natalie Markey’s Innovations and Design (ID) class at Pleasant Valley School in Mullica Hill will again participate in the NJ STEAM Tank Challenge.

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The challenge is for state public school students in SPARK Innovation, a program that offers them the chance to invent, modify or use problem-solving skills to solve real-world issues. Three teams of students from Pleasant Valley School have qualified for the second step in the competition, the regionals.

The entries are: a Magical Wheelchair, the M.E.G., the Abdominal Thruster and the Whipkey.

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