May 16: UT Elementary Celebrates Dell Powering the Possible STEM Programming

May 1, 2013

Thanks to Dell’s Powering the Possible commitment, The University of Texas Elementary School brings technology resources and instruction in information, communication and technology skills to the students of East Austin.

On Thursday, May 16, UT Elementary teachers and students look forward to sharing all that they have learned in the school’s STEM Programming for 21st Century Skills. The program has produced amazing outcomes, not only in student skills but in actual products that they look forward to demonstrating – scratch applications, Glogster, Mindstrorm and WeDo robotics, and digital stories.


At an event last year, UT Elementary School student Francisco Guajardo describes the fun he has had during STEM classes made possible by Dell’s Powering the Possible grant.


Students built and programmed Lego robots as part of the STEM coursework last year.

UTES is excited to invite all those who helped make this possible, including the Dell team and our students, families, teachers and parents as well anyone else interested in learning more about our programs. The event will be held from 5-6:30 p.m. in the school’s cafeteria/auditorium.

Parking is available on the streets surrounding the school, Robert Martinez Drive and Hidalgo.  Please enter through the new building entrance on Hildalgo Drive.

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