STEM certification

Greensburg Elementary School Named STEM Certified School
by Indiana Department of Education
GREENSBURG, IN – The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) announced that Greensburg
Elementary School (GES) has been named a STEM Certified School.
Certified schools exemplify an innovative approach to education and project-based learning. The
rigorous certification process requires schools to demonstrate a commitment to providing high-quality
STEM curriculum and experiences that clearly prepare students for careers in emerging technology based fields. Fewer than 5% of Indiana elementary schools have received STEM certification from the
“I am extremely proud of the dedication and hard work demonstrated by both our staff and students in
achieving STEM certification,” GES Intermediate Principal Mary Beth Meyer said. “Their efforts and
commitment have truly elevated our school’s academic excellence.
“Being designated as a STEM Certified School is a monumental accomplishment for us,” GES
Educational Technology Integrationist Megan Moore said. “Our teachers and staff, with the support of
administration, have worked tirelessly to prioritize STEM instruction for many years. Students are
solving real-world problems, using critical thinking and creativity skills, and constantly growing their
knowledge of the ever-evolving STEM field. We know that STEM is the future; it’s what is best for our
GES was one of 23 schools across the state and one of three in Decatur County to receive the honor.
“STEM-related curriculum has always been a high priority at Greensburg Schools,” Superintendent Tom
Hunter said. “This recognition for our elementary school and staff is a clear benchmark demonstrating
the exceptional level of instruction we are proud to provide our students each day.”

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