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SUNDAES AND STARS: A Mother and Middle School Daughther Science Evening
SUNDAES AND STARS: A Mother and Middle School Daughter Science Evening will be presented between 6-9 pm at Van Hoosen Middle School. The event is sponsored by the Rochester Branch of the American Association of University Women who advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, research and philanthrophy, Rochester Van Hoosen and by a grant given by The Women's Fund.
This year's hands-on science program will be fun and encourage girls to pursue a career in science, math and technology. It is open to girls in grades 5-9, their moms, dads, aunts, grandmothers and will offer three presentations: the "Star Lab Planetarium", "Star Light, Star Bright" and "Starring Our Night Sky". A special session showing a part of the movie "Miss Representation"- How the media depicts women and girls" will be offered to the attending parents while the girls attend the Sky Lab.
Cost is $5 per person. Check payable to: AAUW Rochester
Registration flyer is on: rochester-mi.aauw.net
|Where||Van Hoosen Middle School 1339 N Adams Rd, Rochester Hills, MI 48306|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||6:00 pm–9:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Moms, Dads, Everyone, Teens|
|Price||$5 per person|
More About Van Hoosen Middle School
Home of the Vikings, Van Hoosen Middle School is located on Adams Road, north of Tienken and next to Adams High School. Principal Steve Cook leads a staff of 70 teachers and support staff. Approximately 765 students, grades six through eight, have a six-period day, including homeroom, four academic classes and two electives. Students are offered a variety of after-school activities, including enrichment classes, intramural sports, after-school care and athletics.