Macomb Mathematics Science Technology Center

    27500 Cosgrove  Warren, MI 48092     Office Telephone: (586) 698-4394

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Important Information:

 

SENIORS - NEVER FORGET ALL THE SMILES WE SHARED!

 Highlights from the Senior Dinner-ish Zoom

Senior Zoom Farewell Speech:     Brooklyn Blevins 

Senior Zoom Guest Speaker:        Christine Dewey  

Senior Zoom Video 

Senior Zoom: Mr. Acre's reading of "Oh The Places You Will Go!" 

 Going to Nationals for the

Stockholm Junior Water Prize

Did you think science fair season was over?  Well not for Catherine August (Lake Shore) and Olivia Hagan (Lake Shore)  whose project has won the Stockholm Junior Water Prize for the state of Michigan.  The project – “Comparing the Effectiveness of Ferromagnetism and a Hydrophobic Net for Oil  Spill Remediation” demonstrates innovation, strong experimental design, and detailed data analysis. This award now allows them to compete in June for the National Competition in hopes to qualify for the International Competition in Stockholm Sweden. Good luck on your next step. We are very proud of your achievement!   


 

 SCIENCE FAIR SEASON at MMSTC

 MMSTC  Seniors Clean House at the

Science and Engineering

Fair of Metropolitan Detroit 

Seniors took 1st place in Environmental Science, 1st and 2nd place in the Energy Category - Physical and Chemical respectively.  They also placed 2nd and 3rd in Microbiology and 4th in Physics while also acquiring many awards from professional organizations.  Congratulations to all who participated - you make us very proud!  

 Congressman Andy Levin Announces MMSTC Winners of the Congressional App Challenge Congressman

 Andy Levin, vice chair of the House Committee on Education and Labor, today announced the winners of the district-wide Congressional App Challenge hosted by the U.S. House of Representatives and the Internet Education Foundation (IEF). The Congressional App Challenge is a prestigious competition in student computer science, and the winner’s mobile application will be on display in the United States Capitol.Three of the top five apps came from 11th grade MMSTC students in Mr. May's IDS class

Home Schools:  Center Line High School, Fraser High School,  Cousino High School,  Sterling Heights High School,  Warren Woods Tower High School, Fitzgerald High School,

Clintondale High School,  Warren Mott High School,  Lakeview High School,  South Lake High School,   Lake Shore High School