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The STEAM Center

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The Steam Center is Allen ISD’s haven for the thinkers of all ages. In this building, you can find resources for science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics. For high schoolers, the steam center contains a multitude of classrooms and science labs, along with collaborative spaces. Younger students in the elementary and middle school experience the steam center through interactive field trips which include activities and presentations to help stimulate problem-solving skills.

Main Hallway

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Split down the middle to minimize contact, the large main hallways are lined with stations containing charging outlets, chairs, and tables, used from eating lunch to doing homework. These walkways branch off into collaborative spaces and huddle rooms, giving the students the space to work.

Science Labs

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The Steam center has a multiplicity of modern science labs, all containing more than one TV to help display class information. Each room is lit by beautiful floor to ceiling windows, and in some classrooms, one can even see the pond on the other side of the glass.

Classrooms

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The classrooms in the STEAM center are designed with the students in mind. They all allow sunlight to shine into the classrooms (via a back wall of windows) and allow collaboration while maintaining social distance with their large sizes.

Multipurpose Room

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Making large presentations and group meetings possible, this room is designed for the needs of students. With 2 large screens in the front of the room and an immense amount of seating, this room is the perfect fit for any mass collaboration. If there are two different events going on, a foldable gray wall can be used to separate this room in half.

The Flight

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The flight is one of the main features of the STEAM center. Its steps double as seats that can be used for presentations. When presenting, the presenter has access to a large whiteboard (which doubles as an opening to the multi-purpose room) as well as one massive screen assembled from four large TV screens. The flight steps also include outlets, allowing students to sit and charge their devices during their privilege period.

Huddle Rooms

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These cozy pockets that can be found along the main hall- upstairs and downstairs -are called Huddle Rooms. Huddle rooms do not require any reservation of any kind and are available for student use throughout the day. Looking for a quiet place to catch up on some homework or to discuss a project with friends? The huddle room is the place you need. TVs are also available, along with charging outlets in case you’re running low on battery.

Eagle Cafe

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Looking to grab a quick bite of food or need some lunch? At the Eagle Cafe, you have a variety of food choices, from sandwiches to yogurt desserts and cookies. You will need to pay by using your student ID number or by scanning your Student ID card. The food items are healthy and freshly made; vegan and vegetarian choices are also available.

Collaboration Coves

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Collaboration coves are located alongside the upper and lower hallways. Just like the huddle rooms, you can relax or study with friends in these rooms, or put down your thoughts on the huge whiteboards attached to the wall. They are open to students throughout the school day and are a great place to hang out with friends.

Makerspace

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The Makerspace is a hub of innovation and creativity. Used by clubs and organizations such as Robotics and STEAM Ambassadors, and many classes besides, it is the one-stop shop for creation and ingenuity. It’s filled to the brim with cutting-edge machinery and supplies of everything from paper to sheet metal. If you need to create something for your project, the makerspace is always ready. Just make sure you have the certification to use any power tools.