What We Do
Why We Do It
Rockport Elementary School students use hands-on games and computer programs to learn basic coding and explore physics concepts. The robotics and coding initiative is part of the school’s efforts to advance science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programming for K–5 students.
Students participate in a scientific study of the Saratoga Creek Salt Marsh. They observe, measure, and collect data about the invasive plant species fragmities at three different locations in the marsh, in conjunction with Mass Audubon’s Salt Marsh Science Project.