Learning "took off" for Kanoheda ES students and their families during a recent STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) event. Around the school and on the playing fields, STEAM Night activities for all ages engaged kids and parents in learning. Students "balanced" robots, used a little kitchen chemistry, built towers with index cards and jelly beans, made glow-in-the-dark "lava," created art with magnets, and even launched marshmallows. Real-life lessons on the properties of gases were demonstrated with a tethered hot-air balloon, capping off the evening for the more than 200 families attending STEAM Night. Get in on the fun and learning with these photos.