To cap things off, WBAY Channel 2 News came to observe and interview us regarding the experience and STEAM

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GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – A lot of people with kids in school have heard of STEM–science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

In some schools and programs, teachers are adding an “A” for art.

Action 2 News went to the Boys and Girls Club of Green Bay to learn more about STEAM programs.

“Their jobs in the future are going to depend on their knowledge, and the more that we can give them today, the better prepared they will be for college, and the better they will do when they get to a career,” says Jason Houge, creative youth specialist.

Houge says kids like to code apps.

Others gravitate toward growing plants with aeroponics.

“Kids really love this stuff, they gravitate to it. We have kids that frequent our room constantly,” Houge says. “They just want to be on the computer. Often you’ll see teens on their phones or on their computers and they’re just playing video games, but they come in here and they want to do cool math games.”