The middle school years are a pivotal time in a child’s education – a time when students need a relevant, cross-subject education that sparks their curiosity, challenges them to think critically and creatively and encourages peer-to-peer communication and collaboration.

That’s why Metro Nashville Public Schools introduced STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) during the 2017-2018 school year. JT Moore adopted this program during this time and it has been running strong ever since.

In a STEAM learning environment, students are challenged to think critically, be creative and communicate and collaborate with their peers. This empowers our students to better understand how their specific skills fit into our complex world.

To learn more about the STEAM program at JT Moore, please contact Robert Paxton.

 

Christine Hall, Rachel Bergin, and Bart Mangrum


Christine Hall, Rachel Bergin, and Bart Mangrum

 

8th Graders in the garden with Mrs. Bergin

 

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