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Summer program illustrates art’s significance for science

As the Tech Wizard program’s Bridge to STEAM summer camp drew to a close for Irving ISD students, the youngsters and their parents gathered at Senter Recreation Center for a ‘Stemtacular Fun Day’ on June 29. Among the festivities, students watched a fire safety demonstration, learned about forestry and water conservation and had the opportunity to have their eyes examined on a mobile vision van.
Members of the Mid-Cities Chapter of The Links Incorporated have worked with the program for the past two years as mentors and supporters.
“Last year it was a STEM summer camp,” said Avarita Williams, a Links member. “This year, it is the Bridge to STEAM summer camp. The kids worked on science, technology, engineering, arts and math.

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