Kealakehe Elementary School features STEM Night

  • Students watch as fifth-grade teacher Ryan Granger drops their egg cushions Thursday at STEM Night.

  • Fifth-grade teacher Ryan Granger drops students' egg cushions created Thursday at the Kealakehe Elementary School STEM Night. (Laura Ruminski./West Hawaii Today)
  • Allen Honey from the KECK Observatory demonstrates hydraulic bearings to Nicolette Palacol and her daughter.

  • Natalie Hogland looks at bugs under the microscope Thursday at the Kealakehe Elementary School STEM Night.

  • Tehani Enos, left and Anaiya Ah Nee make a freestanding structure out of mini marshmallows and spaghetti Thursday.

  • Students and parents gather in the cafeteria Thursday for STEM Night.

  • Nathan Jay, left, drives a robot under the direction of Kealakehe High School Tiki Tech member Gideon Clark on Thursday at the Kealakehe Elementary School STEM Night.

  • Kiwanis Club member Linda Takai helps Kamakani Payton with tower building while Dwayne Alip watches Thursday at the Kealakehe Elementary School STEM Night. (Laura Ruminski./West Hawaii Today)
  • Tiare Fujihara checks out student science projects with her daughter Kailee Thursday at the Kealakehe Elementary School STEM Night. (Laura Ruminski./West Hawaii Today)

KAILUA-KONA — Students and parents came together Thursday afternoon to explore science, technology, engineering and math at the Kealakehe Elementary School STEM Night.

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