The Stafford Municipal School District received an incredible response from the community at the first STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) Magnet School Parent Interest Meeting on Thursday night.
A very diverse group of parents, students and families filled the Stafford Civic Center to learn about the campus, which will open its doors in time for the beginning of the 2021-2022 school year.
It will be the first comprehensive STEM Magnet of its kind in Fort Bend County and will eventually serve students in grades 3 through 12. The STEM Magnet will have a rigorous curriculum with proven methods of STEM instruction.
Thursday’s meeting was interactive and featured breakout sessions on Robotics, Coding, Biomedical and more. STEM jobs are expected to increase exponentially over the next decade. Stafford MSD will be at the forefront of providing students with the education and training that they need to acquire these jobs, and excel in them.
The Stafford MSD STEM Magnet is a result of the vision of SMSD Superintendent Dr. Robert Bostic and the Board of Trustees.
If you are interested in the Stafford MSD STEM Magnet, contact SMSD Chief Operations & Innovation Officer Marva Rasberry at firstname.lastname@example.org