Mystery STEAM Night

General Info

Kenter Canyon Elementary is hosting a special event this year, Mystery STEAM Night.   This PSG-sponsored event is a fun evening attended by students in all grades and their parents.

There are two sessions; each student will register for one workshop each session. Each workshop will include a hands-on activity featuring science, engineering, computing, or art.

The event will be held at Kenter Canyon Elementary School on Nov. 7th from 5pm to 7pm.

Session 1: 5:15 – 6:00 p.m.

Intersession: 6:00 – 6:15 p.m.

Session 2: 6:15 – 7:00 p.m.

Concessions: 5:00 – 6:15 p.m.


STEAM Night Registration will open Nov. 4th @ 3:30 pm PST, and close Nov. 6th @ 8am PST.  Sign up here!

PLEASE NOTE: We have limited materials and space in each class. Students must be registered for each workshop in order to attend that workshop. When all spots are filled, registrations will close for that class.



  • Pumpkin Guts – Slime by Ms. Claudia: 
    • Boil, bubble, toil, and trouble! Follow the steps of this wondrous spell to create your own cauldron of sticky, icky, incredible slime.
  • Ghostly Hidden Messages – Invisible Ink by Ms. Walsh and Ms. Lynch: 
    • Secrets lurk behind ghost white paper, waiting to spook you to the bone! Create your own secret messages using unexpected materials and watch them be revealed. The ultimate trick-and-treat!
  • Candy Tower of Terror – Candy Towers Engineering with Ms. Lane and Ms. Oh: 
    • Trick-or-treat, it’s so sweet, to build a tower you can eat! Use your design and engineering skulls to build the most terrifyingly tall towers of candy with Ms. Ooohhh and Ms. Pain.
  • Hair Raising Experiments – Static Electricity with Ms. Meek and Ms. Mekhitarian: 
    • Your hair will stand on their ends with these experiments! Discover the results of an imbalance of ions with static electricity. Come make dancing ghosts and race witches brooms with Ms. Meek and Ms. Mek!!
  • Mysterious Mixtures- Glow in the Dark Rain with Ms. Haas and Ms. Kerwin:
    • Calling all ghouls and ghosts!  Are you interested in exploring things that glow in the dark? Join this spooky session to experiment with mixtures that don’t mix, and rain in a jar, all while under the haunting glow of a black light!
  • X-Ray Factory- Skeleton Art by Ms. Carter and Ms. Jojo: 
    • Why do skeletons have so many bones? You will use your scientific power of observation and artistic skills to create a bone chilling x-ray like picture of your hand’s bones.
  • Trick or Treat? – Taste Bud Manipulation by Mr. Risman & Ms. Mackenzie: 
    • Are you going mad??  Is the world turned upside down?  In this session we will experiment with food and determine how our taste buds can be tricked into thinking food that isn’t normally appetizing is really a treat.
  • Pumpkin Launchers- Catapult Building with Ms. Ross and Ms. Popielarski: 
    • Why eat your Halloween candy when you can catapult it?! Get ready to design, build, and test a launching device that will loft a piece of candy through the air and hit the target! Jack-o-lantern experts Ms. Ross and Ms. Popielarski will propel you all the way!
  • 3d Blood Lab- Slime by Amy Merrill Brugger: 
    • Calling all vampires! Come on a journey through the circulatory system and explore why blood is the superfluid that keeps our bodies going. We will discover what blood is made of and make our own 3D blood slime.
  • Eye of Newt- Anatomy of an Eyeball by Savannah Baril: 
    • Sharpen your spellbinding powers with this live dissection of a cow’s eyeball! Future conjurers will be given an expert anatomy lesson and learn about the wonders of sight.


  • Can students be dropped off?
    • No. Because this event is on campus in the evening, students are required to be accompanied by an adult. Students must attend with a parent or another adult designated by their parent.
  • Can parents attend the workshops?
    • Parents whose child is enrolled and in Kindergarten and 1st will be able to attend the workshop. Unfortunately parents for 2nd grade and above will not be allowed to attend the workshops.
  • What can parents do while their child is in a workshop?
    • Excellent question! Parents can hangout around the cafeteria area, get food and drinks from concessions or just talk with other parents around that area.
  • Can siblings attend the workshops?
    • Only Kenter students may attend the workshops they have pre-registered for. The materials for each workshop have been allocated for the 25 students that have previously registered for each session.
    • Non-Kenter students may not attend unless they are providing community service from middle school or high school.
  • Can my student sign up for only one session instead of two?
    • Yes. Only select one workshop during registration process (either the first or the second session).
  • The workshop I want to register for is filled. Is there a waiting list?
    • No, there are 25 spots per workshop, per session, with the exception of 15 spots for “Eye of Newt” workshops in the Science Lab. We do not have accommodations for adding spots or for additional students.
  • I haven’t signed up, can I still sign up?
    • You have until 8am on November 6th to sign up. If a spot for a class is open, that your child meets the grade level requirements to, you can sign up for the class.
  • Where are the workshops located?
    • Room locations will be posted at the front office area and on your ticket for your reference. If you know the location of your workshop, you may walk directly to it.
    • Session 1 begins at 5:15 p.m.; Session 2 begins at 6:15 p.m.
  • What happens in between Session 1 and Session 2?
    • Intersession for water and bathroom break as well as concessions/dinner will be sold at this time.

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