The District 233 school board approved six new courses for the coming school year. Board member John Farrell said the changes and additions “reflect the ongoing effort to meet the needs of all the kids” at Homewood-Flossmoor High School. At the Dec. 19 board meeting, Nancy Spaniak, director of curriculum, instruction and professional development, outlined the changes for board members.The new Computer Integrated Manufacturing course will replace Advanced Machine Tools and will better link the Project Lead the Way engineering program with H-F’s manufacturing program.In the Early Childhood Education program, Child Development 2 . . .
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