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Clovis schools to consider STEM curriculum


November 17, 2019

CLOVIS — The Clovis Municipal Schools Board of Education will consider introduction of a STEM curriculum for its middle schools when it meets Tuesday evening.

The STEM field includes science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The curriculum is spread out over 90 instruction days and includes seven units — introduction to STEM, engineering, chemistry, energy, aerodynamics, life science and scientific exploration. Engineering and scientific exploration are each afforded 20 instruction days, and the other five units are afforded 10 instruction days.

The meeting is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. at the CMS administration building at 1009 Main.

Other items on the agenda include finance department discussions, including a per pupil expenditure report and an index of teacher training expenses.


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