Menomonie school board discusses future of STEM certificate, five-year plan
Tuesday, June 18, 2019
The Menomonie school board approved a five-year strategic plan, which includes a goal of offering a STEM certificate at the Menomonie High School in the 2019-2020 school year.
MHS students could earn the certificate — which would focus on science, engineering, technology and mathematics — by completing STEM courses, student activities with a STEM focus and finishing a STEM-related capstone project, director of instruction Brian Seguin said in May.
The board hasn’t approved the STEM certificate; it first discussed the proposal at a May meeting.