Millard Oakley STEM Center
Tennessee Tech's Millard Oakley STEM Center for the Teaching and Learning of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics is an extraordinary facility offering educators, schools, students (PreK through college), and the regional community a wealth of interactive programs, activities, and events.
SAVE THE DATE: June 21 from 6-8pm
Oakley STEM Center's 10th Annual Longest Day of the Year Event
Celebrate the Summer Solstice on Friday, June 21, with star gazing activities including telescopes, the virtual theater, and engaging activities for children in grades K‐8. A free community event.
Attention K-4 Educators
Join us as we explore the Progression of Flight during the Innovative Educator Workshops May 28-31 from 9am - noon.
The first 50 teachers to register will receive FREE Materials and a $100 stipend!
The Oakley STEM Center in collaboration with Prescott South Elementary School and the Tennessee STEM Innovation Network welcomes you to study the history of flight through innovative and standards aligned STEM modules. The modules will focus on building an understanding of early flight discoveries and modern aviation through investigation. Lessons build upon human engineering and technology.
All sessions are at the Oakley STEM Center; workshops are grade-specific.
- May 28th - Kindergarten: Kites and 1st Grade: Parachutes
- May 29th - 2nd Grade: Hot Air Balloons
- May 30th - 3rd Grade: Gliders & Planes
- May 31st - 4th Grade: Helicopters