Sawyer Free Library Receives State Grant for Innovative STEM Programming 

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Library to Launch Young Gloucester Scientist’s Club for Elementary and Middle School Students

It’s full STEM ahead forSawyer Free Library‘s young patrons with the launch ofYoung Gloucester Scientist’s Club,anew innovative after-school program made possible through a federalLibrary Services and Technology Act(LSTA) grant from theMassachusetts Board of Library Commissioners(MBLC).

The grant of $9,800 will expand Gloucester’s public library’s programming to promote interest in science, engineering, technology, and math (STEM) learning. TheYoung Gloucester Scientist’s Clubsupports the digital, scientific and technological goals of 4th through 8th graders aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards. It will introduce young scientists to Gloucester community members with careers across a variety of STEM fields and connect them with Gloucester’s natural environment.

The Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners (MBLC) awarded Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) direct grants to public libraries at its July 7, 2022…

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