COMETS (Career-Oriented Mathematics, Engineering, Technology and Science) is a partnership between Ocean County’s school districts, business, industry, the NAVAIR program at the Naval Air Engineering Station (NAES) Lakehurst and Ocean County College to promote the study of math and science.
A Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Initiative
- Ocean County Teachers: Submit your best Lesson Plan
- Math and Science Initiative takes off like a "COMET"
- Comet Initiative invited to join STEM Education Coalition
- Asbury Park Press: STARBASE program at Lakehurst NAS
- Press Release: STARBASE Lakehurst Endorsed
Students and their parents join with educators to view mathematics and science as meaningful for technological careers, thus motivating, equipping, and challenging students to pursue studies in these disciplines.
Engage parents, students, and teachers through advocacy and educational programs to:
- recognize that mathematics and science are vital in the global economy
- enhance mathematics and science education
- increase the number of students who choose to pursue these disciplines in preparation for the technologically challenging career paths of the future
- Raise K-12 parents, students and teachers awareness of the importance of math and science education for economic success
- Enhance K-12 math and science education
- Build K-12 student interest and involvement in science
- Build k-12 student interest and involvement in math
- Increase and support OCC student interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) careers
- Expand programs to middle school and high school
- Expand internship program to include high school students
A Place to Share Ideas
A World in Motion Video
Javier Builds a Bridge
A Civil Engineering Story Illustrated by Jeannette Martin
Readers are invited to create beam, arch, and suspension bridges. With some creativity and knowledge of the engineering design process, everyone can engineer!
Jitterbug Afterschool Activity
In this activity, you'll make a Jitterbug, a motorized toy that seems to dance, using a recycled CD and a DC motor. Decorate your Jitterbug using pipe cleaners, glitter, feathers, googly eyes, felt, and other craft materials.