Senior Project Day This Thursday
Senior Projects are a requirement for graduation in the State of Idaho. Wood River High School was one of the first schools to implement Senior Projects before the State requirement; the program at WRHS continues to be a model for other schools in the state.
Student-led independent learning is a capstone to the K-12 education in Blaine County. The self-directed endeavor represents personal and academic growth for every student in the public school system. “This project meets all students where they are and asks them to go further,” says Senior Project Coordinator and WRHS teacher Julia Grafft.
“This event is an excellent opportunity for the public to see how its tax dollars are being used to increase student learning and prepare students for the 21st Century,” said Communications Director Heather Crocker.
See a list of students and projects here.
Posted on Monday, January 14, 2013