Written by Blake Evans, AU Graduate Assistant.
Many students at Notasulga High School have been working to create what they call their STEAM Garden. STEAM stands for Science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics. To create this space, they have worked with each other, their teachers, and members from Auburn University to create a space inspired by values that their school and community consider important. The space consists of mosaic tile benches, decorative stepping stones, and planters made from wooden pallets. For more information on the development of the STEAM garden, please visit three earlier blog posts, “Notasulga High School Students Present to Town Council,” “Notasulga Students Work to Connect School with Community (April 1, 2014,” and “Notasulga Students Work to Connect School with Community.”
The students have decided to unveil their project on Tuesday, May 27, at 9:00am in front of their school. They will host a short ceremony, and the entire community is invited. We hope you decide to attend the event. If you plan to attend, please RSVP to Blake Evans, Auburn University Graduate Assistant, via email, email@example.com, or phone, 334-224-3499.