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March 27, 2014

Rocketing ahead at Greater Clark County Schools

Students study engineering during spring break intersession

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JEFFERSONVILLE —

Rivoli said while STEM subjects can be a little heavy, students can have some fun as long as they get to work with their hands and apply the concepts.

“At this age, getting them to do something hands-on is important,” Rivoli said. “Then giving them the knowledge of why they’re doing what they’re doing is also important. They’re going to go home to mom and dad and say, ‘Look what I did today.’ What they’re doing is engineering.”

 

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