Introducing STEM Club

John Rick, Inside BHS Section Editor

STEM Club is a club at Beavercreek High School that during a normal year meets once a month. The meetings happen after school and usually last for about an hour and a half. In this article, you will learn a little bit about STEM Club.

STEM is an acronym that stands for science, technology, engineering, and math. This club focuses on these topics. At each meeting, the leader of the club, Anna Yang, will choose a STEM topic to focus on for that meeting. The group will then discuss this topic and then do an activity related to that topic. 

Some examples of STEM topics include biology, chemistry, or engineering. Mrs. Burcham, the teacher sponsor of STEM Club, said, “This year we have covered topics in binary numbers (like what computer programs use) and this month will be an engineering lesson where we work on building structures.” 

If you are interested in STEM Club, contact Mrs. Burcham or Anna Yang. Anna Yang mostly runs the club, and Mrs. Burcham is there to help if she needs anything. Feel free to email them for information on the club, and go to a meeting if you can.