Fair highlights student achievement

By March 12, 2012

APG Garrison Commander Col. Orlando Ortiz, (right) serving as a guest judge, discusses the project "What's Really in Our Air" with its creator, Aberdeen High School senior Armon Lackland during the school's annual STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Fair Feb. 29. Aaron Simmons, chemistry teacher and STEM fair coordinator, said each student receives guidance from a mentor during the project. "Every year we need volunteers to serve as mentors," Simmons said, "especially local science professionals." To volunteer, e-mail Simmons at aaron.simmons@
hcps.org.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – APG Garrison Commander Col. Orlando Ortiz, (right) serving as a guest judge, discusses the project "What's Really in Our Air" with its creator, Aberdeen High School senior Armon Lackland during the school's annual STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Fair Feb. 29. Aaron Simmons, chemistry teacher and STEM fair coordinator, said each student receives guidance from a mentor during the project. "Every year we need volunteers to serve as mentors," Simmons said, "especially local science professionals." To volunteer, e-mail Simmons at aaron.simmons@ hcps.org. (Photo Credit: Rachel Ponder, APG News) VIEW ORIGINAL