Join us for STEM night, a fun evening of hands-on activities and live demonstrations. Watch robots roam around our gym, try out stop-motion animation, make elephant toothpaste, build motorized lego creations, watch a 3D printer in action, and much more!

Date: February 20, 2020
Time: 5:30-7:30 pm
Location: Mark Twain Elementary

This is a free event for the whole family; no drop offs. A pizza meal will be served courtesy of the Twain PTSA. Students will travel through campus collecting stamps as they participate fun activities. Once they collect at least six stamps, they'll continue into the gym for pizza! 

In efforts to support sustainability, we will not provide disposable cups for this event. Please bring your own water bottle or use the school water fountain.

Volunteers are needed for the event. Please sign up at Thank you!

Contact Janine Sorenson at for more details or to volunteer.


Exciting Hands-on Activities and Demonstrations

We have eight great vendors presenting some great hands-on activities for the whole family, not to mention fun experiments run by awesome PTSA volunteers!

A preview of what's to come:

- Lego Engineering & Coding with Seattle Eastside Young Engineers
- Bending Water & Balloon Powered Cars with your PTSA
- 3D printing in action by LWSD Board Member Cassandra Sage and 3D Enthusiast Patrick Lammers
- Robot Demonstrations by LWHS student org, Code Purple
- Stop Motion Animation with DigiPen's ProjectFUN
- Healthy Soil, Healthy Water with Nature Vision & Kirkland Public Works
- Elephant Toothpaste with WChE and AIChE at University of Washington
- Use block coding to create games with MakeCode Arcade from Microsoft
- Mathmania with Mathnasium Kirkland


Thank you to our sponsors!