Thanks to its collaboration with Tufts University and a grant from the LEGO Foundation, White Mountain Science, Inc.’s (WMSI) mission to grow problem solvers will be realized in more classrooms with more students and teachers, officials say. A Littleton-based educational non-profit, WMSI (pronounced “whimsy”) has been delivering leading-edge STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) programs to students and teachers throughout northern New Hampshire since 2013. WMSI offers programs in animation, robotics, coding, circuitry, game design, and invention for grades K-12 during the school day, through summer camps, and after school, via its Mobile STEM Lab. The program also provides leadership opportunities for high school students who serve as interns and assistant instructors.
- A school district and a business that provides school bus transportation said Friday they are removing the district’s propane-fueled buses from service
- The seven state managed COVID-19 testing sites will close on March 15 as cases of the virus have dropped