• Olympic ESD STEM Hotspot

    We are the STEM Hotspot at OESD114, connecting teachers to content knowledge, STEM professionals, classroom best practices, and standards from math, science, CTE, ELA, and computer science.

    Click the underlined links for each event to register.

    STEM Office Hours

    Individual STEM support is available by appointment throughout the summer!  Get one-on-one help on any STEM activity, lesson, or unit.

    By Appointment; Email Kim at kweaver@oesd114.org to schedule 

    NASA's Cutting Edge Crosscutting Concepts Series

    This 6-part series features monthly workshops from January to June.  Each workshop will focus on a specific NASA mission and one or more of the NGSS Crosscutting Concepts.  Classroom-ready resources in every session!

    Always 4:30 - 7:30 PM, dinner provided, 3 STEM Clock hours.

    Bremerton Dates:  Mar 4, Apr 16, May 6, Jun 3

    Port Angeles: Mar 5, Apr 15, May 7, Jun 4

    K-5 STEM Biographies: Eureka! Science Stories Workshop 

    Collaborative effort of ELA, Science, and STEM. 

    Saturday, April 27th (Bremerton)
    Saturday, May 4 (Port Angeles)

    9 AM - 2 PM

    $55 Registration Fee
    Snacks, lunch, lesson plan book provided  
    4.5 STEM Clock Hours Available

    NGSS 201 for Elementary Teachers

    Beyond the basics!  Some experience with NGSS (such as NGSS101) required.

    3 STEM Clock Hours Available; Dinner and $75 Stipend Provided

    March 20 in Bremerton
    March 28 in Port Angeles

    4:30 - 7:30 PM


    NASA's Apollo 50th Anniversary Challenge Teacher Workshop

    March 23 Port Angeles
    March 24 Bremerton

    9 AM - 4 PM
    Lunch, snacks, and $150 Stipend Provided
    6.5 STEM Clock Hours Available

    Free Space

    Code.org K-5 Computer Science Fundamentals

    Saturday, April 20th in Port Angeles
    9:00 AM - 3:30 PM


    Students in Grades 5-12 
    Apollo 50th Anniversary Challenge Spring Break Camp

    April 1 - 4
    Port Angeles Skills Center
    Daily 9 AM - 3 PM

    Lunch and Snacks Provided

    For general information, click here.
    To register for the camp, click here.


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    OESD 114 STEM Vision

    STEM is a change in mindset that supports the integration of the standards and associated instructional shifts in math, science, engineering, technology and English Language Arts in service of a classroom experience that supports discovery, problem solving, and communication to provide equity and access to college and career readiness.

    Details for Selected Opportunities

    Unless noted, all events are held at the OESD 114 office in Bremerton, 105 National Avenue North.

    Please pre-register for all events so that we can plan for supplies and food.