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What’s all this excitement about Project Lead the Way?
The King School Improvement Team will answer that question tonight when it features the project-based program at its annual parent education night.
“The Power of PLTW: Hands-on Learning in Our Science Curriculum” will be held at the school from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
The evening will begin with Ann Arbor Public School’s K-12 PLTW coordinator Tom Pachera, who will address the district’s vision for this work, and how it will continue through high school.
The evening will also include grade-level break-out sessions, where parents will have the opportunity to more fully understand the depth and breadth of their child’s PLTW experience in the Young 5’s through fifth grade years.
- Added sections at almost every K-5 Building
- A new course at our K-8 buildings and Middle schools, Computer Science for Innovators and Makers
- A new Course in Bio-Medical Engineering at several of our Middle Schools called Medical Detectives
- A new course at Huron High School, Aerospace Engineering
- A new course at Skyline at Skyline High School, Computer Integrated Manufacturing
- PLTW courses at Mitchell, Scarlett, and Huron have successfully partnered with the International Baccalaureate programs: PYP, MYP, DP, and have applied for CP as well.