INNOVATIVE DESIGN FOR A VILLAGE THROUGH STEM PROGRAM -- Lyndon Institute juniors, from left, Josh Guyer, Thomas Antonucci, Ethan Henderson and Devon Switzer are shown in front of their presentation for the imaginary town of Sunnyville. They were charged with the task of designing the civil, mechanical and electrical engineering and architectural plans for an imaginary 100-acre town encompassing low, middle and high income housing developments, waste/water system treatment, recreational areas, commercial centers, roads, and other municipal elements. The class is Architectural and Civil Engineering with instructor Chad Simpson and is part of the Project Lead the Way curriculum. Project Lead the Way is the leading provider of rigorous and innovative Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education curricular programs used in middle and high schools across the U.S.
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