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Secondary Students IGNITE their Math and Computer Skills with latest Technology!

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Cassidy Moutsatsos, Kody Pilotte, Brynn Thomson, Lia Lorenz and Cole Molyneaux work with a Green Screen to create a backdrop for their news report project.

May 24, 2017 - Students at St. Charles College participated in the first annual IGNITE Technology Fair! Secondary Students have been incorporating math and computer schools with the newest technology to create more interactive and advanced projects and assignments. Technology includes the use if Green Screen, 3D Printers, Ozobots, Sphere-O and much more! All technology is now available in Secondary Learning Hubs.

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