• Allenwood ES S.T.E.A.M. Information

    Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics


    The Allenwood Elementary School will be utilizing the standards, skills, and elements of the S.T.E.A.M. curriculum to effectively deliver the PGCPS S.T.E.A.M. components for all students at the Elementary School level.

    The need to inform and provide an essential S.T.E.A.M. program for our students and parents is paramount. All students will have the opportunity to be engaged, empowered and educated as they embark on clinical yet experimental courses and skills. These skills will propel a rigorous instruction process of the components of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics for all students.

    Our goal is that all stakeholders, students, teachers, parents and community partners will join our S.T.E.A.M. Department and assist us in our focus to provide all students the opportunity to participate in the teaching and learning of the S.T.E.A.M. activities and events throughout our school year 2016-2017.

    S.T.E.A.M. Updates

    STEM Fair Winners


    1st Place

    2nd Place

    3rd Place

    Honorable Mention

    Honorable Mention

    3rd Grade


    Melanie Vivanco


    4th Grade

    Isaiah Edwards-


    Dillon Parker

    Princess Shorts


    5th Grade

    Bernard Howard




    Mashelle Wright

    Mackenzie Alexander

    6th Grade


    Jeffrey Valasquez


    Geneva Sidibe


    • Allenwood Elementary is in the process of applying to be a Green School.  The deadline for submission is March 3, 2017.  The school is committed to reaching this goal by participating in the following activities.

      • Developing a Green Team consisting of 30 students and still growing.

      • Recycling milk bottles in the cafeteria during lunch and stacking trays to decrease the amount of trash.

      • Recycle in the classrooms.

      • Create art with milk bottle tops instead of throwing them away.

      • Create light signage to cover light switches that will remind our teachers and students to turn off the lights when they are not in use.

      • Create posters to display around the school to remind us to recycle and save energy.

      • Have Black Out Days where teachers turn off one or both lights in the classroom and use natural sunlight to light the room and save energy.

      • Create an Environmental Word Wall to add to our Outdoor Classroom

      • Announce ways to save energy and facts on recycling to bring awareness to students and teachers during morning announcements.

      • Beautify our garden during Green Up Clean Up and maintain it throughout the year.

    • Past Events

      • Do It Yourself Costume Day  November 1, 2016

      • Green Up Clean Up  October 29, 2016

      • Walk to School Day   October 5, 2016

      • Science Bowl  October 4, 2016

      • STEM Fair  January 12, 2017

    • Upcoming Events

      • Shark Tank  March 16, 2017

      • Mini Mall  April 7, 2017
      •   STEAM Gallery May 12, 2017 6pm-7:30pm