These funds will purchase a personal computer system rebuilding projectfor the Advanced Technology class. The project will first be introduced to the process and proceduresin buliding a computer system then a larger scale undertaking will occur where the students will rebuild a multitude of donated computer systems to be distributed within the educational community.
The baby think it over program utilizes life-like computerized "dolls" which stimulate actual infant behaviors over long periods of time. Teens assigned to care for the dolls are expected to be responsible for all areas of care twenty-four hours a day for a designated period of time, usually 2 or 3 weeks. Twenty-three percent of the student population has been directly involve in a teen pregnancy or teen parenting situation.
These funds will be used to enhance the curriculum by adding courses through Distance Learninhg. Several courses will be purchased, consisting of videos and books, and will be made available to students at the school and throughout the district.
Biomedical Technology Module paces students through assignments using computer applications to explore the workings of the human body. They perform lab tests on different types of samples, learning about the advances in testing technology as they go. This module will also enhance the school's School to Career program for students who do internships and apprenticeships at the hospital.
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