POMONA, CA (June 5, 2011)– The Promoting Academic Achievement Task Force (PAA) is hosting the 4th Annual Nancy McCracken Learning Expo on Sunday, June 5, from 1:00 to 4:00 PM at the Fairplex in Pomona Building 9 . An array of fascinating projects created by Pomona and Diamond Bar students will be on display at The Expo. This free event will also feature a variety of fun and educational activities for families with the intent to pique student interest in the areas of science, mathematics, engineering, reading, writing, social studies, physical education, service learning, the arts, and much more.
The Expo will feature displays of student-created projects and many activities in which visitors of all ages can participate, such as learning how to build animal skeletons from owl pellets, building and flying paper airplanes, creating origami, mathematics games, competing in “Jeopardy Science,” and viewing stars and constellations in a large Skydome Planetarium.
Students can also watch bovine eye dissections, visit a mock CSI crime scene set conducted by Pomona Police, and examine live snakes and other animals. Parents can learn about earthquake preparedness, how to get their children into college, and get a free health information.
For more information on the event please contact Sarah Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org or 949-525-1415.