The Dayton Regional STEM school is holding an Exhibition of Student Work/Open House on Thursday, November 15, 2012 from 5:30-7:30 pm throughout the School. The School is located at 1724 Woodman Drive in Kettering. Educators throughout the region, prospective parents and students who are interested in the Dayton Regional STEM School, as well as the general public are welcome to attend. Visitors will be able to experience STEM education in action and see examples of the innovative, inquiry-based projects created by current students in grades 6-12. This event is also part of the 2012 Ignite Innovation Dayton Regional Science Festival: a community-wide celebration of science, technology, engineering and mathematics activities running November 15-17 throughout the Dayton region. The Daytion Regional STEM school is one of 12 public STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) schools across Ohio, offering students a relevant, real world educational experience that prepares them for college and opportunities in the work world. The School opened in August 2009 with its first class of 9th grade students from across Clark, Greene and Montgomery counties. The Dayton Regional STEM School currently serves 430 students in grades 6-12 from 28 different school districts in six counties and will have its first graduating class in 2013. The Dayton Regional STEM School will soon be accepting student applications for grades 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 for Fall 2013. Details about Information Sessions and School Visits can be found on the School's website daytonstemschool.org or by calling the school at (937)256-3777.