USDE Official Praises Havelock Middle Hands-On Technology Class

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U.S. Department of Education official Brenda Dann-Mesier was in the east Wednesday visiting a class in Craven County that has all the kids talking.

U.S. Department of Education official Brenda Dann-Mesier was in the east Wednesday visiting a class in Craven County that has all the kids talking.

These 8th graders at Havelock Middle School have a new reason to be excited to come to class. In the hands-on interactive technology course, students focus on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. School officials say what they learn here, they’ll take into the local workforce

“Hands on learning- it’s rigorous and relevant and students are saying I like to work with my hands, its how I learn best,” said Dann-Mesier.

The stem career investigation lab is offered in 4 counties, Craven, Jones, Lenoir, and Wayne.

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