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LAB AIMS TO ENCOURAGE YOUTH TO PURSUE MITCHELL TECH INDUSTRY

All of it is possible due to the Smart Lab at the Mitchell Middle School, which is now fully implemented after receiving an additional $25,000 in grant money from America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education program, sponsored by Monsanto.

Principal Justin Zajic started looking into replacing the industrial technology course last December“We discovered we were having problems getting people into these major tech industries that we have here in Mitchell, so we brainstormed on how to grow locally. We wanted to look at curriculums that would put our middle schoolers on the right path to develop skills for these industries,” Zajic said.

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