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St. Benedict STEM club gets busy with marshmallows and spaghetti


September 24, 2018 - The STEM Club at St. Benedict Catholic School has been busy creating free standing structures this month using marshmallows and spaghetti.

The Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics club students must hold up marshmallows using only raw spaghetti, tape and ribbon in a timeframe of 15 minutes.

The club is in its second year and already has some awesome accolades.

Last year the team participated in the PEO Bridge Building Competition and won the Clean Air Sudbury/Science North Living Wall competition.

The living wall was chosen and built and has been on display all summer long and will be moving to the school’s Learning Commons later this month.

The club members are currently looking for business partnerships for this year to assist with the finances associated with the club.



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