Branstad: MHS should be proud of new labs – Ribbon cutting held for Project Lead the Way

School Board President Sherm Welker and Vice President Jennifer Wilson wield the scissors as the biomedical sciences lab is officially opened at Marshalltown High School.

School Board President Sherm Welker and Vice President Jennifer Wilson wield the scissors as the biomedical sciences lab is officially opened at Marshalltown High School.

Gov. Terry Branstad described the Marshalltown Community School District as “truly a leader” when it comes to the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) initiative in the state.

Branstad spoke at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Project Lead the Way labs at Marshalltown High School Monday. The ceremony recognized school and community leaders for their part in starting the new engineering and biomedical science classes at MHS, which are part of PLTW.

Read the full story in today’s Marshalltown Times-Republican.

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