SEMAA-A Free & Exciting Experience

Looking for something fun and free to do with your group?  Check out the Warren County NASA SEMAA Aerospace Education Laboratory (AEL) located at Warren County High School.

Tours and sessions are available for all, including church groups, scout troops, after school programs, youth groups and even senior citizen groupsFor more information on the AEL, click the "AEL" button on the left. Contact Stanley Harrell, the AEL Coordinator, at the office by calling (252)257-7015 to set a date and time for your group to visit and learn about the greatest "secret" in Warren County. Buses are welcomed.

                        SEMAA News

Important students and parents!  The last day and the Awards Day Program of the Winter/Spring 2014 Session will be on Saturday, March 29, 2014!

The basic winter weather rule for SEMAA has been that if school in Warren County is cancelled on Friday then that session scheduled for the next day (Saturday) will be cancelled.    

Warren County NASA SEMAA is currently accepting applications for the combined Winter and Spring 2014 Session.  The session will start on Saturday, February 1, 2014.  Click on the "Registration" button on the left for more information.

To see some of the pictures from the past sessions select SEMAA_Class_Activities as the "CLASS", select Summer/Fall/Winter 1,2,or 3 as the "DATE" in the drop down window then press or click the "GO" button.

SEMAA's Goals
Inspire... Inspire a more diverse student population to pursue careers in the field of science, engineering, mathematics and technology so that no child is left behind. Engage... Engage students, teachers and parents by incorporating state-of-the-art technologies. Challenge... Provide a challenging curriculum that meets national math, science and technology standards and encompasses all five of the NASA enterprises.
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The SEMAA Family Cafe
The Family Cafe meets every Saturday during the academic year so plan to stay while your child is in SEMAA.

 Inquisitive Mind at Work
Select a CLASS and DATE and click "GO"

More information about class enrollment is available here.

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