Students think, create & risk failure for science & technology

Hannah Behroozi stretches the elastic thread around her hand as she stares at “The Iron Ninja.”
“We’re still in the design process,” she says. “We know in order to have a workable plan, we’ll have to change it multiple times.”
The seventh grader has a mature sense of what some might call “failure.” For Hannah, failure is part of a series of opportunities in which a creative idea becomes a reality. In fact, in Saint Lucas Lutheran School’s STEM lab – where Science, Technology, Engineering and Math rule – it’s actually a win.