Award-Winning Baker, Capuchin Brother Andrew Corriente, visits Holy Family School

While not exactly making science “easy as pie” to learn, educators at Holy Family Catholic School in Hillcrest Heights, Maryland, have cooked up a way to make learning science more appetizing.

The Prince George’s County school is using cooking and learning about food as an engaging way to educate students in a program called “Science: The Culinary Way.”

“Science: The Culinary Way” is a fifth- through eighth-grade science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) project devised by Holy Family’s STEM coordinator, Patricia Cooper.


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