Students, parents and teachers met May 22 for some science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fun during Dahlgren School’s STEMposium, where the educational activities were as diverse as the STEM career fields. Justin, fifth grader, showed off an impressive Paul Revere-themed cartoon he created, complete with battle scenes. First graders constructed some very elaborate paper airplanes and performed a STEM-themed song for observers. Older students showed their parents robots they constructed and Dahlgren School’s two nationally-ranked SeaPerch underwater remotely-operated vehicle (ROV) teams put on demonstrations. These photos represent just a few of the many STEM activities.