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The Fallbrook Union Elementary School District recently hosted a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) event for girl students at Cal State San Marcos. The event brought together female STEM professionals to teach the students about the exciting opportunities available to them in STEM fields.

The girls participated in hands-on STEM activities and took a tour of the Cal State San Marcos campus. They also heard from inspiring female STEM professionals who shared their experiences and insights about pursuing a career in STEM.

The event was organized by the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District with the goal of encouraging young girls to pursue their interests in STEM and to provide them with the resources and support they need to succeed.

Assistant Superintendent Dr. Kimberly Huesing spoke about the importance of providing opportunities like this to young girls in the community:

“We want to show our girls that they can be successful in any field they choose, including STEM. By giving them the opportunity to hear from and work alongside female professionals in STEM fields, we hope to inspire them to pursue their dreams and to let them know that they have the support of their community behind them.”

The Fallbrook Union Elementary School District hopes to continue hosting events like this to promote STEM education and provide opportunities for students to learn from professionals in the field.