Teaching tech-savvy students
The current STEM course, as well as the additional ones in the planning stages, is a means to build this work force.
“We believe it’s important to begin working with k-12 schools to prepare students to be successful in college, so we can support those companies,” Guice said.
When I went to observe the STEM class this week at RHS, a mixture of reactions hit me. First came awe, followed by concern as the STEM students watched a video showing robots making bricks, sorting potatoes and cutting lumber.