|Pattonville recognized as 100 Percent Student Access District by PLTW|
|Tuesday, November 28, 2017|
The Pattonville School District is one of 45 districts in the state to be named a “100 Percent Student Access School District" by Missouri PLTW (Project Lead the Way). The award recognizes Missouri school districts that offer PLTW programming at the elementary, middle and high school levels.
In addition, Pattonville High School computer science teacher Jeremiah Simmons was named a PLTW Master Teacher, a recognition given to an educator who is chosen to participate in additional training to teach other PLTW teachers. Both honors were presented to Pattonville staff during the sixth annual Missouri PLTW state conference in November.
PLTW is a national program that provides rigorous and challenging programming in computer science, engineering and biomedical science that is used in schools throughout the U.S. Pattonville offers PLTW courses at its middle and high schools and in its fifth-grade project-based learning classroom housed at Holman Middle School.