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The Elementary Challenge Project Lead the Way - Launch students, grades K – 6, along with their instructors, Michelle Bobo and Jana Monzyk, were invited to visit the Intro to Engineering - Project Lead the Way high school class taught by Shawn Wallace.

The Challenge students were introduced to the availability and extension of the design component of the software, Autodesk Inventor, being used in the engineering class.

 The elementary students have been using the same 3D programming software in a scaled down version, to develop and create 3D models to build robots and gliders and solve real-world problems, in the PLTW Launch curriculum in the Elementary Challenge classroom.

The Challenge students also were able to examine and witness the inner-workings and use of 3D printers and laser engravers.

Photos from the elementary students visit to the high school are below.

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Students in the Teaching Careers Program at Four Rivers Career Center have worked to raise money during the 2015-16 school year.

Several fundraisers have been completed, including Hat and Dress Down Days, 50/50 Raffles, and a Dine to Donate at Los Cabos.

“We would like to donate part of our proceeds to the Franklin County Area United Way because we admire how much the organization contributes to education in our community,” said Teaching Careers Instructor Jenny Meers. “Making a donation to the Franklin County United Way is something we hope to do every year.”

Teaching Careers students presented a check for $100 to Dr. Rachael Franssen, Franklin County Area United Way Board of Directors member, on Monday, May 2.

“We're very excited about this donation,” Meers said. “We felt this was a great pilot year for the Teaching Careers Program, and I am excited to see it expand to a full-time program next year.”

A photo of the check presentation is below.

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Students in the Teaching Careers Program at Four Rivers Career Center make a check presentation to the Franklin County Area United Way. From left are Rachel Lamke, Katie Engemann, Dr. Rachael Franssen (Franklin County Area United Way Board of Directors), Ben Harrison, Jacob Mohesky and Brandi Huyser.


The Four Rivers Career Center has recognized its students of the month for April, 2016.

Receiving the honor in the morning session were Steve Wood (Information Technology), Dalton Hubenthal (Automotive Technology) and Justin Kleinheider (Building Trades).

Receiving the honor in the afternoon session were Jordan Duke (Automotive Technology) and Daniel VanDillen (Building Trades).

Click on the attached link below for more information on the Four Rivers Career Center Students of the Month.

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Pictured are April Four Rivers Career Center Students of the Month for the morning session. From left are Justin Kleinheider, Steve Wood and Dalton Hubenthal.

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Pictured is Jordan Duke, April Four Rivers Career Center Student of the Month for the afternoon session. Not shown is Daniel VanDillen.


Anna Krafft and Leah Krafft recently were recognized as the Washington High School and Four Rivers Career Center Students of the Month.

Anna and Leah, twin sisters, are seniors at Washington High School. Both are involved in many activities and organizations, including National Honor Society and Student Council.

At the Four Rivers Career Center, Anna and Leah both are in the Health Occupations program.

Anna and Leah both plan on attending Missouri State University in Springfield to study Biology. Both are interested in a Master’s Degree and hope to work as physician assistants or doctors.

Anna and Leah Krafft were presented their student of the month plaques by Rebecca Guzy, Washington Rotary Club President. See the photo below.

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Anna Krafft, left, and Leah Krafft are presented student of the month plaques by Rebecca Guzy, Washington Rotary Club President.


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