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New Rochelle Students Enjoy 'STREAMing Into Learning'

A project at the STREAMing Into Learning Convention at Columbus Elementary School in New Rochelle. A project at the STREAMing Into Learning Convention at Columbus Elementary School in New Rochelle.
A project at the STREAMing Into Learning Convention at Columbus Elementary School in New Rochelle. Photo Credit: Contributed
A teacher and students at the STREAMing Into Learning Convention at Columbus Elementary School in New Rochelle. A teacher and students at the STREAMing Into Learning Convention at Columbus Elementary School in New Rochelle.
A teacher and students at the STREAMing Into Learning Convention at Columbus Elementary School in New Rochelle. Photo Credit: Contributed
A project at the STREAMing Into Learning Convention at Columbus Elementary School in New Rochelle. A project at the STREAMing Into Learning Convention at Columbus Elementary School in New Rochelle.
A project at the STREAMing Into Learning Convention at Columbus Elementary School in New Rochelle. Photo Credit: Contributed
Columbus Elementary School Principal Sonia Nunez, Isaac E. Young Middle School Principal Anthony Bongo and New Rochelle Superintendent Brian Osborne at the STREAMing Into Learning Convention. Columbus Elementary School Principal Sonia Nunez, Isaac E. Young Middle School Principal Anthony Bongo and New Rochelle Superintendent Brian Osborne at the STREAMing Into Learning Convention.
Columbus Elementary School Principal Sonia Nunez, Isaac E. Young Middle School Principal Anthony Bongo and New Rochelle Superintendent Brian Osborne at the STREAMing Into Learning Convention. Photo Credit: Contributed

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. — Columbus Elementary School students participated in the highlight of an annual program, STREAMing Into Learning, last week.

The program is designed to integrate science, technology, art and mathematics to expand learning opportunities for all students from kindergarten to fifth grade.

The highlight was an in-school interactive convention, joining students, teachers and parents with Columbus Principal Sonia Nunez, Isaac E. Young Middle School Principal Anthony Bongo and New Rochelle Superintendent of Schools Brian Osborne.

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