Rebeccca Miller

Ed White Aerospace program takes students to new heights

Ed White aerospace program leads students to new heights

Nov. 3, 2020 – Ed White High School is looking to the skies to help prepare students for the future. The school’s aerospace program allows students to explore careers in aviation and offers courses on the foundation of flight. The program instructor, John Beasley, says he embraces the challenge of training the next generation of […]

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Students learn animal care through veterinary assistant program

Students learn animal care through Frank H. Peterson veterinary assistant program

Oct. 20, 2020 – Inside one classroom at Frank H. Peterson Academies of Technology, ferrets greet students as they walk through the doors, guinea pigs gobble up afternoon snacks and the teacher’s pet…is actually a pet.  It’s all part of the school’s veterinary assistant program. Supported by the district’s Career and Technical Education team, the […]

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Lone Star elementary student places beads onto bracelet as part of offline coding activity

Coding without computers – Elementary students use beads to learn binary code

Oct. 6, 2020 – Who says you need a computer to learn coding? These Lone Star elementary school students don’t. With strands of string and lots of beads, these elementary schoolers were able to grasp the basic principles of programming without sitting in front of a screen. Offline coding, taught through the Career and Technical […]

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Crime scene investigations, accident reports and mock trials – Explore APR’s Criminal Justice career academy

Sept. 22, 2020 – Criminal justice fascinates the public – it’s why we obsess over true crime podcasts and documentaries. While most citizens are happy to keep their distance by listening through headphones or watching TV screens, some envision themselves in uniform, stepping up to the plate to help protect and strengthen their communities. The […]

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