The 3M Corporation recently allocated $3,400 to the Chelmsford Public Schools Project Lead the Way (PLTW) initiative.
The grant, which is offered to public schools provides funds to purchase materials to bring classroom projects to life.
Katherine Doulamis and her high school robotics team will be visiting the fourth graders with Leo the Robot to discuss programming and robotics.
With the onset of mobile, cloud and virtualization in classroom learning environments, it’s critical for school districts to keep up with the ever-changing technology landscape.
Chelmsford, Massachusetts – The Parker and McCarthy Middle Schools announced today that they have adopted Project Lead The Way (PLTW) and will begin the program for the 2013-14 school year. PLTW is the nation’s leading provider of STEM curricula to middle and high schools with more than 5,200 programs in over 4,700 schools in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Father, husband and entrepreneur, John O’Sullivan, creates an interactive educational product which is changing how students learn in the classroom at Chelmsford High School.
The Chelmsford Public Schools is proud to be an ENERGY STAR Low Carbon IT Campaign Participant, part of EPA's ongoing efforts to help save energy and money. The ENERGY STAR Low Carbon IT Campaign is a nationwide effort to assist and recognize organizations for reducing the energy consumed by computers.