The SPARQ Center at Piner high holds a planetarium and much more. The amazing STEM facility has given students the opportunity to take science and math to another hands-on level. The facility is so unique, producers of the PBS show "Inside California Education" stopped by to take a look. The story originally aired on KVIE-TV in Sacramento on April 17, 2019, and then was shared with other PBS TV stations throughout the state.
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