ADVISORY/Garfield High School Students Go High-tech; Teachers and Students raised $300,000 To Bring High-tech Resources to the Classroom.
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WHAT: The unveiling and tour of the Garfield High School's
Construction Manufacturing Technology Laboratory (CMT CMT Certified Medical Transcriptionist.
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brings state-of-the-art technology into the classroom to teach
students about construction, manufacturing and technology, and
prepare them for jobs in these fields.
WHO: Garfield High School Garfield High School or James A. Garfield High School may refer to:
Emerald City Rotary to raise $300,000 for the renovation and
expansion of the Construction Manufacturing Laboratory.
Contributors include the William H. Gates Foundation Gates Foundation: see Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. , Glaser
Foundation, Associated Builders & Contractors of Western
Washington, Emerald City Rotary Foundation, Washington State
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Corporation, Pilot Airfreight/Transmark, Pratt Foundation The Pratt Foundation is an Australian philanthropic organisation established in 1978 by Jeanne and Richard Pratt based in Melbourne, Victoria.
According to its Values Statement, it has "the shared vision of supporting charitable enterprises and adding value to philanthropy". , US
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WHEN: Tuesday, October 20, 7:15-8:45am
WHERE: Garfield High School
400 23rd Street
WHY: Studies show that kids who have access to technology in the
classroom are learning more and are better prepared for today's
job market. The student-directed hands on Construction
Manufacturing Technology Laboratory will provide students the
opportunity to learn about three major industries: construction,
manufacturing, and technology. Hands-on activities include
designing, building and evaluating products; using computers to
control devices; creating business documents to support
construction projects; and manipulating tools, machines, devices
SPECIAL NOTE: Media will have the opportunity to meet with students, teachers
and donors, and see first hand how technology is empowering