The funds from this grant will be invested in STEM programming that will include strengthening 7th grade curriculum through inquiry-based learning strategies and establish a strong STEM Club that has been missing in this school for a number of years. The STEM team at Frazer is making a commitment to a yearly investment into STEM programming in classrooms as well as in the afternoon extension programs. The funds are being used to supply equipment and build science facilities to link students to STEM competitions like bridge building, science fair, robotics, try-math-a-Ion, math counts, rockets, and vex robotics. In addition, the school will start a STEM Club and participate for the first time in STEM events. The Frazer STEM team will create an “Engineering Day” program in which STEM club students spend two to four days working with third and fourth grade classes, exposing them to science vocabulary and engineering concepts. The students can provide mentoring to the younger students when applying the content to mini-projects that deal with engineering concepts.