S.T.E.M. Fair

Stocklmeir's S.T.E.M. Fair and Mentoring Club

Sponsored by the Stocklmeir PTA

Stocklmeir PTA hosts a non-competitive S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Fair for all Stocklmeir Pandas, grades TK-5.

The students can work on their projects at home or at the STEM fair Mentoring club during lunch time .

All participants will receive a certificate for their hard work.

S.T.E.M. Fair Dates:

March 5th: TK , K, 1st, 2nd grades

March 6th: 3rd, 4th, 5th grades

Time: 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Location: GLC

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Please sign up here

The Information Packet is now available.

How does it work?

Students work on the projects at home. They can also work on their projects during a school lunch hour with the help of mentors at the S.T.E.M. Fair mentoring club.

Students display and present their projects at the S.T.E.M. fair family nights where mentors engage the participants in conversations about their projects. Participants also present their projects to all guests who visit.

All participants receive a participation certificate for their hard work.



We are looking for a few parent volunteers to run the STEM fair mentoring club during lunch time on a day of your convenience from mid January 2020 to mid February.

For more information on what this club does do visit our registration page above.

Your involvement can help kids engage more with S.T.E.M and make this event a success.

We are looking forward to have our pandas participate and share their passion for Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics through their innovative projects.

If we receive enough volunteers to run this club it will happen during both lunch hours on a day that works best for the volunteers (Lunch hours: 11:45am-12:30pm and 12:30pm -1:15 pm).

Please do not hesitate contact the S.T.E.M Fair committee at stemfair@stocklmeirpta.org for any questions you may have.


The purpose is to help and guide the kids as they work on their projects.

  • From helping students decide which project could be a best fit for them (based on their abilities and interests).
  • To help guide them if they are stuck, to helping some younger students build their project.
  • We have some good online resources that can be used during these mentoring sessions.

S.T.E.M. Mentoring club CHILD sign up sheet:

Please sign-up here to enroll your child for the club . Walk-ins are welcome.

Mentor Sign-up Sheet:

Please sign-up here to volunteer as a mentor for the club.

You do not need to be available every week. Just sign up for a day and time slot that works for you and we will plan accordingly.

S.T.E.M. Fair Committee

Please contact the S.T.E.M. Fair Committee with any question or for more information.

Pragya Bhatnagar

Teja Wagholikar


Submission Instructions for the morning of the STEM Fair

Please submit your display boards on the same morning as the STEM fair date designated for your grade at the GLC between 8:15 – 8:45am.

Please bring in your project or model with you in the evening when you arrive for the STEM fair night . These can be taken back home after the event .

  • Label the front of the display board with your Project title and the participant's name.
  • Tape a piece of paper with the following information on the Backside of the board
    • Full name
    • Grade
    • Project Title and
    • Project Category
  • All photographs, diagrams, graphs, logs must be neatly taped to the display or kept near it. Avoid loose sheets of paper as they could get lost.