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2024 STEM Fair & Art Show: Feb. 24

The Sumner-Bonney Lake School District is hosting its annual STEM Fair and Art Show from 10 am-2 pm on Feb. 24 at Sumner Middle School.

This all-district event showcases student science, technology, engineering and math projects and artwork. There will be food trucks, community exhibits and hands-on activities for all ages. Admission is free.

Information for registering for kindergarten will also be available during the fair.

We hope to see you there!

Student/Parent/Volunteer Reminders:

  • If your student is registered to present a project, please check your email for important logistical information including presentation times and other details. All students who are completing a digital project must submit their project slides and quad chart to this form by Feb. 21 at 3 pm. Slides and quad charts can also be sent to Students grades K-2 who are presenting a trifold do not need to submit anything in advance.

  • In addition to the artwork curated by our elementary art docents, elementary students are invited to submit work digitally through this form. We will have rotating slideshows of student art throughout the event. You can also email photos of student art to — just be sure to include the student name, grade, school, and title of the piece.

  • If you have signed up to volunteer or participate in any capacity, please check your email for important logistical details.

  • For questions about the STEM Fair and Art Show, contact

STEM Fair & Art Show poster

STEM Spotlight: Biotechnology

Check out this STEM Spotlight featuring Ms. Martinez and her awesome Biotech program at BLHS! Students are diving into science, forging community connections, and gearing up for the future. Ms. Martinez and her students will be showcasing Biotech and HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America – Future Health Professionals) at the upcoming STEM Fair.

STEM Spotlight: VEX Robots

Students use robots in class to learn about STEM

For this week's STEM Spotlight, Amy Arriza shares about her 2nd grade daughter's experience with STEM at Bonney Lake Elementary.  Watch as students in Mrs. Krogstad's STEM class work to design a course for their brand new VEX robots! These robots will be featured at the 2024 STEM Fair and Art Show on Feb. 24.

STEM Spotlight: Paper Engineering

Students pose for photo with paper engineering projects

In this week’s STEM Spotlight, Julie Collins shares where the fun stuff happens in her 5th grade STEM classroom at Crestwood Elementary!

In the elementary STEM program, students have the opportunity to code, 3D design and print, fly drones, learn about the salmon life cycle, and more. Check out the video below to see some of the skills students can learn in elementary STEM classes.

STEM Spotlight: Salmon and the Environment

Students raising hands in classroom

This week's STEM Spotlight comes from Victor Falls Elementary, where Assistant Principal Wade Jerdee shares what students experience in Mr. Martin's STEM class. Check out the video below!

First elementary student in 10 years wins STEM Fair poster contest

We congratulate Tselmuun Dagvadorj, the winner of this year's STEM Fair and Art Show poster contest! As a 5th grader at Bonney Lake Elementary, Tselmuun is the first elementary student to win this contest in over 10 years.

Students from across the district submitted artwork to be considered, and we received over 300 entries from students K-12. After an extensive voting process determined the top three designs, superintendent Dr. Laurie Dent chose Tselmuun's as the winner. Tselmuun's art will be featured on all promotional materials for the upcoming STEM Fair and Art Show, which will be held on Feb. 24.

Student shows winning artwork for the 2024 STEM Fair contest
Artwork showcasing STEM symbols and beaker

Tselmuun Dagvadorj, BLE

We also recognize Emily Bones from Bonney Lake High School and Elliot Strong from Sumner High School on their designs below – Emily was a close 2nd place runner up, and Elliot's design placed 3rd in the contest. Well done!

Student drawing of flower growing

Emily Bones, BLHS

Student artwork showcases student thinking about STEM

Elliot Strong, SHS