Project Lead the Way Classes Have Filled Up

Project Lead the Way, which is a new computer and science course that will start in Sheridan's junior high and high schools next year, is full.

Sheridan County School District 2 Assistant Superintendent Tom Sachse said registration for the course has reached the point at which students may have to be turned away.

He said part of the interest is what students will be able to do through Project Lead the Way. At the high school level, for example, he said it appears that students will be able to program their own apps. He elaborated on what Project Lead the Way is.

He said Project Lead the Way is probably “the” leading curriculum, endorsed by and trained by university faculty. He said the program applies to all levels of STEM, but the Sheridan schools will start next year with computer programming. He said the district may also be able to run a summer pilot program for elementary school pupils.

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