Afterschool Engineering Enrichment

Classes begin October 7th, 2014 from 2:00-4:00 PM.

Afterschool Enrichment for Grades 6-9

New to ESUMS? Want to get better in Engineering? Looking for a new challenge? Join ESUMS' original after-school Engineering program! ESUMS' Afterschool Engineering Enrichment Class gives students the tools they need to be successful in ESUMS rigorous Engineering courses. Guided by the PLTW (Project Lead the Way) curriculum, students will explore the worlds of Engineering.
NOTE: All students interested in taking an afterschool enrichment course for Engineering MUST attend Tuesday, October 7th, 2014 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM for testing.

Every Tuesday in Mr. Lee's Engineering Lab (Room 121)

Engineering Instructor 2014-2015 School Year: Daniel Molster

An excelled learning environment, with a rigorous curriculum.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Who is Daniel Molster?
A: Daniel Molster is currently a 10th Grader at the Engineering & Science University Magnet School (ESUMS).
Q: What is the schedule for these courses?
A: Tuesdays from 2:00-4:00.
Q: Where will the courses be held?
A: The courses will be held in Mr. Lee's Engineering Lab (Room 121) at ESUMS (130B Leeder Hill Drive, Hamden, CT, 06517).
Q: How often will the courses be held?
A: They will be held every Tuesday with the EXCEPTION of half days (unless by appointment).
Q: What experience does Daniel Molster have?
A: Daniel Molster has completed the 3 PLTW GTT Units (Gateway to Technology; Design & Modeling, Automation & Robotics, and Aeronautical Engineering). As well as the first high school/college unit (Introduction to Engineering and Design), where he earned 2 College Credits from UNH and PLTW. He is able to challenge, teach, and assist students in Grades 6-9. He has also taught the ESUMS Summer STEAM Program for 3 years, in addition to being a published author of THREE Engineering books.
(Unless a new day/time is scheduled.)

Contact Information/Registration

Daniel Molster can be reached on his personal Cell Phone or E-Mail as given below.
Should you need to contact ESUMS for any reason during the sessions, please call 203-946-6610 OR 203-946-5882.
Please fill out the Google Form at the bottom of the newsletter to register!