Sebring B.L. Miller Elementary school welcomed more than 200 people at a Glow Night earlier this year, for an evening filled with fun learning activities.
The event, hosted in partnership with Success After 6, OH WOW! Kids (Roger & Gloria Jones Children’s Center for Science & Technology) and the B.L. Miller P.I.E. (Partners In Education), offered an evening filled with STEM and math activities for the whole family.
Guests got hands-on at activity stations including Let it Roll, Glow Jenga, Glow Spoons, Glow Cups, Glow Bowling and Glow Gear. Elaine Huncik, the Outreach Coordinator for OH WOW! Kids provided STEM Sak Bundles for students and families to experience hands-on, interactive thinking with a fluorescent experiment.
“Our students and families had a fun night of learning, all while glowing in the dark,” says Jill Dennis, the Family Engagement Coordinator for Sebring Local Schools and Success After 6 Coordinator. “I can’t thank those who made this night a huge success, including OH WOW!, Success After 6 Champions, Principal Nichole Hanley, B.L. Miller Elementary staff, B.L. Miller 4th- and 5th- grade student council, and Sebring McKinley student volunteers.”
Sebring B.L. Miller Elementary students sport neon at the building’s Glow Night in February.
Sebring B.L. Miller Elementary students participated in an evening of STEM activities with a glowing twist!
Half of the students enrolled at Sebring B.L. Miller Elementary attended Glow Night in February.
More than 200 guests including students and their families enjoyed the STEM and Math activities at B.L. Miller’s Glow Night.
B.L. Miller students enjoyed activities, games, and food at the Glow Night.
Activities at the B.L. Miller Elementary Glow Night brought a fun twist to STEM and math applications.