WARSAW — In support of STEM education, Da-Lite/Legrand has partnered with Jefferson Elementary School’s STEM program to provide equipment, supplies, and volunteers.
Most recently, they have donated equipment focused on green energy, hydroelectric power, robotics, and outdoor education. These tools and projects will inspire students to develop a passion for learning.
STEM education is a Project-Based Learning approach to education that involves a hands-on education for all students. Students develop collaboration skills, critical thinking skills, and problem-solving abilities. STEM education is a mindset that encourages students to solve real-world problems.
“We value or partnership with Jefferson Elementary and being able to provide learning tools, supplies, and activity volunteers,” said Mark Sproles, a co-site captain of the local Legrand AV Better Communities Program. “It is very rewarding to everyone involved with our Legrand AV/Da-Lite Better Communities initiative.”