Students at Lansing STEM Academy experience curriculum enhanced by an enriched exposure to math, science, and engineering. These cutting edge subjects are integrated into every content area including literacy, art, and social studies. Students are exposed to hands-on, investigative activities that challenge their minds and stretch their imaginations.
Math, science, and engineering aren’t just problems in textbooks at Lansing STEM Academy. Students explore beyond the equations and formulas to gain a true understanding of important concepts about how the world works, and how engineers and scientists investigate questions and collect evidence to answer those questions.
What makes Lansing STEM special?
Inquiry and exploration are daily occurrences at Lansing STEM Academy where students are encouraged to test scientific theories and delve into mathematical principles. Students are trained to think like scientists and engineers and problem solve as they are presented with real-world projects that give them engaging ways to learn. They use technology to research, display, and present their growing knowledge.
Lansing STEM Academy students see and experience how math, science, and engineering are put to use by professionals such as veterinarians, doctors, engineers, and horticulturists. They explore scientific principles in the natural settings of several of Mid-Michigan’s nature centers and zoos and use mathematics to represent and understand their findings, and document their work with technology.
Features at Lansing STEM!
- Engineering Teachers for grades K-5
- Engineering, science and computer labs
- 3rd grade robotics
- 2nd grade Annie’s Big Nature Lesson
- 4th grade MSU Society of Women Engineers Program
- 5th grade Capstone Project with MSU College of Engineering
- VEX IQ Robotics for 5th-8th grade
- Science Club, 20/20 and Zanta Club
- Lunchtime and after school tutoring
- After school Y-care
Title IX - Sex Discrimination/Gender Equity/Sexual Harassment
What is Title IX?
Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any District program, service or activity including, but not limited to: educational programs or activities, e.g., extracurricular activities, student services, academic counseling, discipline, classroom assignment, grading, athletics, transportation, etc.
Unlawful Discriminatory Practices Under Title IX
Sexual Harassment (unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature)
Sexual Misconduct/Violence (rape, sexual assault, sexual battery, sexual exploitation and other forms of nonconsensual sexual activity)
Stalking (repeatedly following, harassing, threatening or intimidating including by telephone, mail, electronic communication or social media)
Retaliation (adverse academic or other actions against anyone reporting or participating in an investigation of Title IX allegations)
Reporting Prohibited Behavior
Members of the school district community who believe that a Title IX violation may have occurred, should discuss their concerns and/or file a complaint with the District’s Title IX coordinator(s).
Dr. Mark Coscarella
Ms. Suzy Corbin
Assistant Director, Human Resources
You may also report any form of sexual misconduct to the Public Safety Department:
Ms. Cordelia Black
Director of Public Safety