Winners of the summer school STEM program contest are Kennedy Walker, left, and Khalis Muhammad for their wind turbine. The girls will start sixth grade in the fall. (Photos by Marilyn Thomas/ H-F Chronicle) The first District 153 STEAM Camp gave one student a chance to create replicas of Chicago’s downtown buildings, a team the opportunity to build a robot and another to produce a movie. It’s all part of STEAM — science, technology, engineering, arts and math. Jordan Berry, a seventh . . .
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