Math-a-Thon (Middle School)

Click on the picture above to visit the official Math-a-Thon website.
Over the past six years, Douglas students have raised over $42,000 to help the children of St. Jude's Research Hospital.

Science and Engineering Projects and Annual Science and Engineering Fair (Grades 6-8)

EMILY.pngKylie Sci Fair Interview.jpgIn the past two years, Douglas has sent 40 projects to the Worcester Regional Middle School Science and Engineering Fair and12 projects have advanced to the MA State Science and Engineering Fair (MSSEF) where students have earned 2nd and 3rd place and Honorable Mention awards. One student advanced to become a Broadcom MASTERS semifinalist and 3 students have participated in an informational video project for the MSSEF.

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Annual Space Week (Grades 6-8)

Sam Ortega from the NASA Centennial Challenge presents to students
Students made Estes Rockets with Raytheon Engineer Mac Andrews
David Wright of the Concerned Union of Scientists presents to the students about space debris

Field TripsA Closer Look at the Christa McAuliffe Field TripEcotariumChrista McAuliffe CenterBoston Museum of Science

Annual STEM Month (Grades 6-8)

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Students used Math and Science to create habitats for a character in Gary Paulsen's novel "The River."

March Madness (Grade 7)

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Curiosity Challenge
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Four Douglas 8th grade students' submissions were chosen to be included in the 2013 Curiosity Challenge book.

Science PoetryContest
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Science Poetry Contest Guidelines

Smartphone STEM (8th Grade)

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Raytheon Engineer Mac Andrews discusses the importance of brainstorming as part of the engineering design process.


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Math Day

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Everglades Unit

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