Classes now enrolling.
Call to enroll today! Ensure a spot in our classes and give your child the opportunity to learn about physical science, math and engineering while having fun building with Legos or Ki’Nex. Classes meet each week.
We are scheduling after school programs for the 2018-19 school year.
If your school is interested in having us run an after school enrichment program, please contact us. Spots are already filling. You can e-mail or call Jenn for more information. email@example.com or (360) 763-9963
Why we do this
The education system as it exists doesn’t reach every student the way it needs to. As our society has changed, educational needs of the students have changed, as well. While the school districts are doing their best to keep up with technology and the quickly growing need for STEM education, they are limited by politics, funding and the ongoing arguments about how to change education. Students can’t wait for their schools to catch up to society. At the Puget Sound e² Young Engineers, we are dedicated to providing students of all ages an opportunity to be involved in STEM education, and find excitement in the possibilities with the hands-on approach we offer. Not only do they get to build mechanical models- they are encouraged to be creative problem solvers and make improvements, because in real life there is not always just one correct answer.
Jenn Chevalier, Director
Owning an e² Young Engineers franchise has allowed Jenn to pursue her love of STEM that started as she pursued her Associate’s Degee in Math and Science from South Puget Sound Community College. At Eastern Washington University, she continued this, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary/Math and Reading Education, and a math endorsement in mathematics from Seattle University. Before pursuing a public school teaching career, Jenn taught at preschool and college. After earning her Master’s in Teaching degree from the Evergreen State College, she began teaching in secondary schools. Because of this, Jenn is well aware of the need for STEM education. While in college, she worked as a math and reading tutor. She has taught for the Tumwater and Shelton school districts, as well as at Grays Harbor College in Aberdeen. Outside of Mathnasium, Jenn has two children- one still at home in school and the other grown. Her youngest keeps her very busy with school, activities, and sports. She is also active in the community as a board member for three non-profits, and volunteering with different programs in the area.