In accordance with Governor Ralph S. Northam's order, the MSiC is temporarily closed to the public through the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. However, the work continues through our virtual and social media platforms.

As you know, one of the strengths of the MSiC is to make complex STEM content easy to understand through our inquiry-based, "hands-on" work. To this end, the MSiC will post engaging STEM content each day at 11 am on our social media platforms. These resources will provide an opportunity for you to ask questions and explore topics more fully.

We hope that you enjoy these resources and find helpful as you navigate what education looks like in the short term. We are committed to helping in any way that we can welcome your feedback.

MSiC Weekly Schedule: details

MSiC Learning and Fun Resources

Core Programs

Sat/Summer Programs
MSiC student programs provide fun STEM opportunities and resources for K - 12 students.
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Lessons At The Center
Center lessons are scheduled through a designated MSiC Representative at each school.
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Lessons In Your Classroom
MSiC has more than 100 math and science lessons that are taught in K-12 classrooms.
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Professional Development
We are proud to offer 2019-20 Division Level Workshops to your divisions and schools.
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Challenger Center Adult Team Building
Unique corporate program designed to promote strong 21st-century work skills.
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Virtual Lessons
Virtual lessons are live MSiC lessons broadcasted over the Internet. Individual teachers or entire classrooms may participate!
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