Five Chenango Valley High School teams enjoyed participating in the November 14 Engineering Day event at the Broome-Tioga BOCES campus. Engaging their STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) skills, students worked in groups to construct complex Rube Goldberg-style machines using miscellaneous items. The goal for the high school level was to design a device capable of precisely removing a single Post-it note as the end result.
Our Chenango Valley High School team including Kamryn Martinichio, Kyle Santi, Michael Kaufman, and Edi Dzananovic placed second out of approximately 80 teams at the event! Congratulations!
More “Engineering Day” excitement took place at the Broome-Tioga BOCES campus on November 15 as four CV Middle School teams put their STEAM skills to the test by creating Rube-Goldberg style machines using miscellaneous items. Each team's approach to trigger a mousetrap through a complex chain reaction showed their problem-solving skills and imaginative thinking.
The third and final “Engineering Day” at the Broome-Tioga BOCES campus of the week included another exciting experience, featuring students from Chenango Bridge Elementary participating at the intermediate level. These young learners put their STEAM skills to the test, collaborating in teams to construct Rube-Goldberg-style machines. They transformed everyday items into a display of motion and creativity. It's truly wonderful to watch these students apply what they've learned in such engaging and innovative ways!