Cleveland High School was recently awarded a $5,000 TVA STEM grant for Ben Williams Robotics program. This funding will purchase Fischertechniks Robotic Kits, which allow students to research and develop various design challenges related to automation and robotics. The purpose of the design challenge is to teach and reinforce skills related to in-demand, high-skill, high-wage career opportunities. Due to the generosity of TVA, approximately 150 students will have access to this technology each year, resulting in a better prepared future workforce.
Pictured left to right:
Dr. Joel Barnes, CCS Supervisor of Secondary Education
Dr. Jeff Elliott, CCS Chief Academic Officer
Mr. Ben Williams, CHS Engineering Teacher
Mr. Renny Whittenbarger, CCS CTE Supervisor
Ms. Autumn O’Bryan, Cleveland High School Principal