“Congratulations to everyone here at Tritt for becoming one of just a handful of schools throughout the state of Georgia to receive STEM certification,” said Woods. “The students here at Tritt will have opportunities they can’t even fully understand at present.”
STEM education programs in Cobb County seek to cultivate problem solvers through problem-based learning and critical thinking engagement within science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Students create, design, build, discover, and collaborate while developing contextual connections among school, community, work, and the global environment.
Principal Tricia Patterson introduced the special guests which included: (below l-r) State Board of Education Member Scott Johnson, Georgia DOE Representative Kenneth Linsley, Tritt Assistant Principal Kendall Keesling, CCSD STEM & Innovation Supervisor Sally Creel, CCSD Assistant Superintendent (Elementary) Sherri Hill, CCSD Board Member David Banks, CCSD Superintendent Chris Ragsdale, and State Superintendent Woods.
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