STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math

Nikki Tammaru

Assistant Superintendent for Learning and Leadership Development



Dave Beedy

Director of STEM Education



STEM is more than it's components. It's a way of approaching the world from a sense of wonder, passion, and confidence. STEM is applying technical knowledge and skill to solve real problems.

In D205, we provide rigorous and engaging opportunities for students to explore and interact with the world through technology, science, math, and engineering.