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EHS Students Recognized by PTLW

Members of Alisa Rachubo’s Introduction to Engineering Design course received blue ribbons for their entries in a Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Online Industry Challenge.  
Teams of students competed against other PLTW schools to create engineering design plans to manufacture a box of given specifications. Massachusetts-based industry partners Abbott-Action, Inc. and Seaboard Box Folding Co. served as judges and provided feedback to all participants.

TEAM AAAJ earned an Innovation Award:  Allan Falaise, Ashley Tejada, Jairo Torres, Adrian Nunez-Gonzalez

TEAM BUILD-A-BOX earned a Presentation Award:  Alyssa Hurley, Allison Vaquerano, Jonathan Figueroa Moreno, Deiby Ochoa, and Maxivenson Sandaire.

TEAM GERMAN BOXERS earned a Presentation Award:  Landon Le, Dante Freitas, Ashley Jose, and Benjamin Pezo.

Project Lead The Way provides transformative learning experiences for PreK-12 students and teachers by creating an engaging, hands-on classroom environment and empower students to develop in-demand knowledge and skills they need to thrive. It also provides teachers with the training, resources, and support they need to engage students in real-world learning. Everett partners with PTLW on professional development, curriculum, and opportunities for students such as the Online Industry Challenge.
Project Lead The Way empowers students with these skills – relevant to any career or role they take on – and prepares teachers to engage their students in hands-on learning. Whether designing and producing prosthetics or deploying innovative water filtration devices in developing countries, PLTW students and the teachers who support them are empowered to make a difference in their classrooms, in their communities, and around the world. 

Project Lead the Way Blue Ribbon Winners
Science Director Ann Ritchie (left) and engineering teacher Alisa Rachubo (right) are pictured with Jairo Torres, Allan Falaise, Adrian Nunez-Gonzalez, and Ashley Tejada.


EHS Engineering Students
Science Director Ann Ritchie (left) and engineering teacher Alisa Rachubo (right) are pictured students Alyssa Hurley, Allison Vaquerano, Jonathan Figueroa, and Deiby Ochoa. Missing: Maxivenson Sandaira.
EHS Engineering Students
Science Director Ann Ritchie (left) and engineering teacher Alisa Rachubo (right) are pictured with students Landon Le, Dante Freitas, and Ashley Jose. Not pictured: Benjamin Pezo.

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