On October 18th, from 6:30 to 8:00pm at the McCoy Center for the Arts, students who participated in this past summer’s STEM Expeditions course “Geology, Wildlife Tracking and Digital Photography” will have their final projects in the form of MixBooks on display. Their best pictures will be shown on the large screen for the audience as well. This will be followed by an official information meeting for next summer’s course titled “Wildlife Tracking, Digital Photography and Robotics.” All students currently enrolled in middle school or high school can apply for the course. The course will take place throughout the school during after school hours and will culminate in a trip to South Africa in June. Students can earn HS credit for the course and have the option of earning college credit as well. All students and parents interested in learning more about this course should attend this informative meeting. More information can also be located at https://sites.google.com/a/napls.us/stem-expeditions/.