Superior STEAM

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Teaching students in Lawrence County, IN about Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics through FIRST® Robotics and other activities.

A 4-H Club focused on LEGACY; where kids do the work.

More information below and through the navigation menu.

Who We Are:

Superior STEAM was founded in 2019 to give kids ages 6-18 yrs old the opportunity to learn personal and technical skills through the FIRST Robotics programs and other hands-on STEAM related lessons and activities.

Superior STEAM is named after the late Danny Daugherty's business: Superior Kiln and Mill Service. His wife, Sandy, is still involved with the program.

To learn more about Danny & Sandy visit this page.

What We Do:

Superior STEAM is a year long youth development program dedicated to teaching Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM) through FIRST® Robotics and other hands-on lessons, activities, and competitions.

While technical skills, like building and programming, are important for STEAM; we--being part of 4-H and FIRST Robotics--know the importance of personal skills, like communication and teamwork.

See the 4-H Creed and FIRST Core Values below.

4-H Creed

FIRST® Core Values

A 4-H Club

4-H is a youth-development program that is most known for showing animals at the county fair--but it is so much more.

Today 4-H is a global organization whose local mission is "To provide resources that give the opportunity for all...youth to develop life skills that benefit their communities through involvement in 4‑H."

Learn more at 4-h.org.

Lawrence County 4-H

Purdue University, Indiana's Land Grant University, runs all of 4-H for the state. To learn more about Purdue's Extention of 4-H or 4-H in Lawrence County click the following links.

FIRST Robotics Teams

FIRST Robotics is an international robotics competition that strives to teach technical and personal skills through the rigors of robotics competition.

“I want to compete for the hearts and minds of kids with the excitement of the Super Bowl.” - Dean Kamen, Inventor & FIRST® Robotics Founder

Learn more at firstinspires.org.


1301

1301 is the affectionate name of the building where we meet. It is also called the Sandy and Danny Daugherty Center for STEAM Excellence (SDDCSE).

If you would like to join or visit us in our building please contact us using the means below.

Club Newsletters

Use the button below to sign up to recieve our club newsletters.

If you have questions email bode@superiorsteam.org.

Viewable newsletters will be added two months after being sent to sponsors.

Contact Us

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Social media handle: <steamsuperior>

Email us: info@superiorsteam.org

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