Students raising $5,000 for STEM project to help kids with disabilities

Students at Laing Middle School are raising money to expand the Go Baby Go Project through community donations. The project lets STEM students assemble toy vehicles for specific young patients with mobility disabilities at the Medical University of South Carolina. The vehicles help the patients move independently. READ MORE:Jury finds three men guilty of murder in the death of Ahmaud Arbery. Students are attempting to raise $5,000 to modify 24 cars. Laing STEM coach Dr.