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Photo Gallery: Hartwood Elementary STEAM camp

Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Ryan Wang (right) and Param Thawan, play with their rockets, in the Hartwood Elementary lobby while a slideshow plays images of their week at Fox Chapel Area's STEAM camp on June 22.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Nine-year-old Param Thawani gets assistance from guidance counselor Mark Cooper during the 'This is Rocket Science ' station at the STEAM Camp at Hartwood Elementary on June 22.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Andre (left) and Antonio Williams show some of the projects they worked on during the STEAM Camp Open House at Hartwood Elementary on June 22.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Seven-year-old Emily McConnville (left) joins sister Sarah, 5, in a project with conductive play dough and LED lights during the open house at Hartwood Elementary after the week-long STEAM camp.

Hartwood Elementary hosted its second annual STEAM Camp with 100 students in grades 1-9 participating in an array of experiences related to science, math and art.

The camp concluded with an open house for families to view the camper’s experiments on June 22.

Students showed off a drone-flying obstacle course, a student-created escape room and “Shark Tank”-style presentations. There also was a rocket launch station at the nearby Dorseyville Middle School field.

Jan Pakler is a freelance photographer.

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