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State Not Ready To Bestow STEM Designation City Schools Sought

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Posted: March 29, 2013

Tsion Ward (left) and Natasha Carter, both fourth-graders at Waterman Elementary School, build a shaft capable of lifting an elevator car as part of a STEM — science, technology, engineering, math — activity on Thursday. Harrisonburg City Schools has hit a wall in its pursuit of recognition from the state for elementary, middle, and high school STEM programs. (Photos by Jason Lenhart / DN-R)
Legos are the building supply of choice for fourth-graders at Waterman Elementary School on Thursday as they participate in STEM activities.

HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg City Public Schools has hit a wall in a quest to be recognized by the Virginia Department of Education for its kindergarten through 12th grade science, technology,...



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