Category: S.T.E.M.

Bricks 4 Kidz Session 2

After the success of our Bricks 4 Kidz program with our 3rd and 4th graders, we were excited to bring it back for our 1st and 2nd graders to experience.  Once again, the students learned...

Hands-On Science

Our hands-on science lab allows our students to expand their understanding beyond the textbook. They observe chemical reactions, test friction pressure, use microscopes to examine plant cells and more. They enjoy making predictions, testing hypothesis...

Mindstorm Robotics

The second session of our Robotics elective course introduced the Mindstorm kits to a group of 3rd through 6th graders. This next level course guided students to build more detailed structures and expand their...

myOn Reading

Students as young as Kindergarten are enjoying reading with myOn, an online digital library that allows Cooke students to read anywhere, anytime.  Students use tablets, smart phones, and computers to access their personal reading libraries...

STEM Learning in Pre-K

Our Preschoolers are busy learning and exploring STEM concepts. Their activities include exploring science by following recipes that change solids into liquid slushes. They have expanded their math skills by making pictographs of class...

Family Environmental Night

We launched Earth Awareness Month with a Family Environmental Night in April. It was a huge success thanks to our dedicated staff, community volunteers and donations from the North Rosedale Park Association, local businesses...

Bridges: Suspension, Truss, Arch and More

The February Family S.T.E.M. Challenge was to build a bridge out of materials not normally considered strong alone, but when engineered right can become a strong structure.  Students used toothpicks, popsicle sticks, straws, Q-Tips and similar...