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It’s time for the Peacocktail Party, exploring Lifelong STEM Learning

Peacock Family Services is proud to present this year’s Peacocktail Party, we hope you will join us Friday, October 5th at Rolling Bay Hall on Bainbridge Island.

For our 4th annual Peacocktail Party, we will once again bring together a community of voices in support of developmental strategies for working with children of all ages. We will gather for an hour of cocktails and conversations before transitioning into the theater for a chance to discuss important topics in education.

PP speakersOur state Senator, Christine Rolfes, will give the introduction for our featured speaker, Dr. Andy Shouse, Chief Program Officer at Washington STEM, who will lead the discussion on the subject of Lifelong STEM Learning.

Peacock Family Services PreschoolSTEM learning (science, technology, engineering, and math) does not start in middle or high school. As early as preschool, we can begin building a foundation that fosters a problem solving mindset. How do we as parents and educators identify these age-related differences, creating best practices through developmentally appropriate lessons to encourage lifelong learning?

Washington STEM believes that through a high-quality STEM education, Washington students will become the leaders, critical thinkers, and creators that will tackle the biggest challenges facing our state, nation, and the world.

This evening promises to be an interesting and engaging event for the entire community. Spaces are limited, so purchase your tickets now on the Peacock Family Services website or at Peacock’s Preschool located at 305 Madison Ave N, Suite C, Bainbridge Island. Whether you are a parent, teacher, practitioner, service provider, or community member, please join us at the 2018 Peacocktail Party on October 5th.

 

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