Friday, May 22 5:00pm, Adults $10, Kids $5, Under 2 Free
BCIC Southshire Challenge
The Southshire Challenge connects area businesses and students in grades k – 16 to collaboratively solve problems in technology, media and the Arts. The challenges, which can be identified by either an educational group or a business, must include at least one business and one educational partner. The Southshire Challenge groups will be recognized at the BCIC annual meeting in April. A special recognition, the Catherine McClure STEM Innovation Award, will be awarded to the Challenge team demonstrating the most significant growth in STEM skills over the course of the challenge.
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Founded in 1987, our goal has been to help children become individuals who possess academic and critical thinking skills; and who value themselves as creative, contributing members of a community; who see themselves as problem solvers; and who love learning. At Southshire Community School, children are:
* Given the freedom to explore their own interests both individually and as a group in a safe environment.
* Allowed to progress at their own pace while holding an expectation of excellence.
* Provided a curriculum which has meaning and context for them.
* Addressed as a whole child: recognizing and working with the physical, intellectual, emotional and social aspects of each child, individually.
Southshire Community School has a long history of maintaining affordable tuition for all families. Financial assistance is available. Southshire Community School admits students regardless of race, religion, ethnic background, or handicap. Southshire Community School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.