Effingham County Middle School held its 10th annual math and science night May 1.
There were more than 500 students on hand, many with parents, and smaller children as well.
Life Star, Effingham Hospital, Savannah Children’s Museum, Gulfstream, JCB, Effingham County 4-H Club, Effingham Sanitation, Georgia Power, Georgia Pacific, Dave Chafin with Ebenezer Alive, Dr. Fred Rich from Georgia Southern University, Georgia Southern University Raptor Center, Trapper Jack, Georgia Forestry, Jordon Crawford of the state Department of Natural Resources, U.S. Customs, Effingham Industrial Development Authority, and Rahn’s Greenhouse set up booths.
ECMS had 24 of its own booths to offer hands-on activities and experiments geared toward math and/or science.
These activities were unique and showed everyone how different aspects of math and science work.