Photo courtesy of Dallas ISD.

Dallas ISD families who missed last weekend’s virtual STEM Expo can catch up on the event on their own time.

DISD has made the expo, which was hosted Jan. 23, available online for all residents of Dallas, whether or not they attend public school. It can be accessed here.

The event is available until Feb. 21.

The expo has more than 180 exhibits and was the final event for several district championships, including the Science & Engineering Fair, VEX, and First Robotics Competitions, First Lego Leagues, Mathematics Video Game Challenge, Mathematics Bridge Building Competition, Health and Wellness Awareness, Digital Media Fair Competition and the Coding Club Competition.

Viewers will also be able to explore the STEM Zones, the STEM Stage and the Career Institutes.

Highlights of previous years’ STEM expos can be found here.