West Fannin Elementary is currently seeking Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Certification from the GaDOE.  Therefore, the instruction at WFES focuses heavily on STEM education.  This means that the students at WFES receive opportunities to take part in learning that involves math and science integration, is project-based and problem-based, makes real-world connections, provides enrichment opportunities, and allows students to investigate in order to find solutions.  Through STEM education, students also receive valuable opportunities to take academic risks, explore new ideas, and embrace mistakes as a valuable part of learning.  Also, as part of STEM education, the WFES students get the chance to work with many local business partners.  We thank all of our local business partners.

 

  
Congratulations Tonya Callihan!
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