Rosa Parks Elementary PTSA

» What is S.T.E.M. Adventure?
S.T.E.M. Adventure is a PTSA sponsored math program that supports the curriculum taught at Rosa Parks. During the school day, students work in small groups with parent volunteers using a variety of math games and activities that enrich the skills taught in the classroom. The goal of MA is to encourage our students understanding of math beyond arithmetic while experiencing that Math Is Fun!

» How to Volunteer?
Parent Coordinator will be the liaison with the teacher and other volunteers, set up the schedule for the year and select the game to play (math and strategy games). Parent Volunteers work together to lead groups of students and play the math game.

» Is this a weekly volunteer?

Based on the teacher’s preference, each session is usually held twice a month and lasts for an hour.

» Do we have any material references?

Games, materials (the S.T.E.M. binder for each classroom contains lesson plans for each grade) and training will be provided.
Information on the games that we play can be found here:

» Do I need to be a Math Expert?

You don't need to be gifted in math … just have the desire to play and learn with your children.

» How do I sign-up?

You will be able to sign up for Stem Adventures during Curriculum Night. Then we will have a General Meeting to review the S.T.E.M. Adventure program and procedures. This should be a quick meeting. Look out for the more information thru email communication.


To volunteer or if you have any questions, please feel free to contact the PTSA S.T.E.M. Adventure Co-chairs