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September 24, 2018

Rotarians Learn About “Project Lead The Way”


Mike Thurlow, left, coordinator of "Project: Lead The Way," at G. Ray Bodley High School, recently spoke to the Fulton Rotary Club.  Rotarian Jerry Seguin, right, introduced Mr. Thurlow.  Project: Lead The Way, was started at the high school eleven years ago.  The curriculum is designed to promote original problem solving in the fields of engineering, science, math and the humanities. Mr. Thurlow pointed out that the four technology teachers at the high school teach a total of 17 technology courses.  Several of these courses qualify for college credit at various engineering colleges.  Project: Lead The Way, is only available in a few select high schools in New York State.  The Rotarians enjoyed learning about one of the major curriculums available to our students.

Mike Thurlow, left, coordinator of "Project: Lead The Way," at G. Ray Bodley High School, recently spoke to the Fulton Rotary Club. Rotarian Jerry Seguin, right, introduced Mr. Thurlow. Project: Lead The Way, was started at the high school eleven years ago. The curriculum is designed to promote original problem solving in the fields of engineering, science, math and the humanities. Mr. Thurlow pointed out that the four technology teachers at the high school teach a total of 17 technology courses. Several of these courses qualify for college credit at various engineering colleges. Project: Lead The Way, is only available in a few select high schools in New York State. The Rotarians enjoyed learning about one of the major curriculums available to our students.

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