Coral Canyon Elementary School selected as first USU Extension 4-H STEM partner school

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Utah State University Extension 4-H in Washington County recently selected Coral Canyon Elementary School as its first science, technology, engineering, and mathematics — or STEM — partner school through an evaluation process that considered the school’s demographics, diversity, and leadership aptitude of administration and faculty.

“We are honored to be selected for this recognition and designation as a USU Extension 4-H STEM Partner School,” said Warrin Richins, Title 1 coordinator at Coral Canyon Elementary School. “The objective of this partnership is to provide more enriching STEM resources and opportunities to our students.”

In this new partnership, USU Extension 4-H will provide the school with access to STEM resources such as micro-controllers, soldering and robotics kits, and computer science curriculum. The partnership also includes ongoing professional development and support for administration and faculty.

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