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District 153 readies for STEM Lab at Churchill School

The District 153 school board approved spending approximately $180,000 in Title I funds to add a STEM Lab at Churchill School. The board expects to receive the money on July 1, the new budget year. The board will hire Creative Learning Systems to install the lab in Churchill’s library. Following the May 15 vote, Board President Shelly Marks said board members were excited to be offering students a STEM Lab, especially knowing the success of the STEM/CMA lab at James Hart School. In 2016, District 153 opened a STEM/CMA Lab at Hart. Through . . .

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