Selma City Schools will host its’ first annual STEAM in the
Black Belt Conference on November 8, 2019 at R.B. Hudson STEAM Academy. The conference is the first of its kind in the
Selma/Dallas County area and is an opportunity for superintendents and school
leaders from the Black Belt to dialogue about STEAM instruction, resources, and
partnerships. Selma City Schools aims to
be the hub of all things STEAM in the Black Belt and plans to share our STEAM
journey as well as best practices to participating schools.
During the conference, elementary, middle school, and high
school students will present live demonstrations focusing on science,
technology, engineering, arts, and math activities. Additionally, attendees
will hear from district leaders about the importance of developing a STEAM
curriculum and the role of strategic partnerships.
"Team Selma is committed to living out our vision to be
documented as a model school district.
In doing so, we will prepare our scholars for success in our
ever-changing world. STEAM in the Black
Belt is thriving and we strive to be leaders in these efforts."- Dr. Avis