BJHS Flow Time STEAM Class takes 1st and 2nd place at Cities in Space Competition

Brenham Junior High's Flow Time STEAM Class participated in the Cities in Space Competition sponsored by STEAMSPACE Education Outreach on February 28 in Austin. In the Emerging Technology - Middle School category, Brenham Junior High received 1st and 2nd place.  


1st place team L to R: Harry Pham, Brandon Schultz, Dylan Taylor, David Carranza

2nd place team L to R: Jonathan Nelson, Connor Schlottmann, Kelton Richardson

L to R standing: TreVion Wills, Diana Kohring, Seth Connor, Connor Schlottmann, Morgan Westerfeld, Brandon Schultz, Jonathan Nelson, Austin Maurer, Caden Howsley, Avery Maurer, Thomas Morgan, Devin Pierre.  

L to R kneeling: Kelton Richardson, Rayshid Anderson,  Harry Pham, Blaine Bartlett, Caeden Barnes.

STEAMSPACE Education Outreach places special emphasis on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) Education and Project Based Learning to create the scientists, artists, engineers and innovators of tomorrow. By working with the leading aerospace and education industries to support explorative education of lunar, Martian and Free Space colonization, STEAMSPACE Educational Outreach supports a broadly diverse and all-inclusive educational collaboration.