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Project Lead the Way Instructors and Students Give Presentations at State Conference

Release Date: 12/6/2010 2:01:36 PM

Carroll County Public Schools instructors and students presented an overview and highlights of the Project Lead the Way Biomedical Sciences and Engineering Programs at the annual Maryland State Department of Education’s Project Lead the Way/Career and Technology Education Counselors Conference on December 1, 2010. The conference, which was held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Timonium, Maryland, was attended by school administrators, counselors, and teachers.
      
Brendan Gallagher, Biomedical Sciences Instructor, and six students – Katie Cooney (Francis Scott Key), Logan Grossnickle (Francis Scott Key), Cara Jones (North Carroll), Hannah Langsdale (North Carroll), Patrick VanSlyke (Liberty), and Maliha Zainib (Westminster); presented an overview and highlights from the four courses in the PLTW Biomedical Sciences Program at the Carroll County Career and Technology Center. The students discussed the benefits of the Biomedical Sciences program, career preparation, and their future college plans.
      
James Matalavage, Engineering Instructor, and four students – Michelle Cady (Century), Joshua Lafond (South Carroll), Matthew Gulotta (South Carroll), and Jane Sussman (Westminster), presented an overview and highlights from the five courses in the PLTW Engineering Program at the Carroll County Career and Technology Center. The students discussed the benefits of the Engineering program, career preparation, and their future college plans.

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