The Foundation has received more educational project proposals for this cycle than ever before. We thank the students and faculty who have submitted proposals.
The finalists are:
Perry Stampede: Life-sized fiberstock cows, horses and goats to provide students opportunities to study anatomy and learn saddling techniques, leg wraps, and coat colors/markings. The models are a great alternative to having animals on campus. Proposed by Veronique Woloszyn, Agriculture Teacher.
Agricultural Mechanics Small Engine Curriculum: The Technology and Agriculture Departments will offer a joint class on Agricultural Mechanics. The course will outline major mechanical systems such as engines, transmissions, hydraulics, electrical, and other concepts. The curriculum and materials will provide students with a hands-on, immersive learning experience. Proposed by Sean Sporleder, Technology teacher.
Give What You Can, Take What You Need: Inspired by 'The Loft' in memory of Dennis Bzduch at York, two (2) private locations will be established in the PCS District where students can access clothing and toiletries. The students "hope that by providing added support, at just the right time, in private, comfortable locations, we can decrease students' stress and promote their wellness." Proposed by Emma & Tess McLaughlin, Students.
Finalists will present their projects to the Foundation on December, 7 2022.