(Bainbridge, Ga.) – Seven fifth and sixth grade students enjoyed an afternoon of fun at the Georgia Youth Science and Technology Center (GYSTC) on August 16. The center is housed on the Bainbridge College campus.
The students took part in the center’s “Fall into Science Fun” after school program, led by Center coordinator, Dr. Paula Chambers.
GYSTC has served over 1.8 million Georgia students, teachers and parents with hands-on, experiential learning programs in Math & Science The center’s goal is to make science, practical, real and fun. Inviting students to take a hands-on approach to science, the center is hosting a series of programs through November of this year for students in grades 1st – 6th. A complete description for upcoming programs may be found here.