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CTE Education Academy students transform preschool classroom

CTE Education and Management student Veronica Broas created an art project to make with the children.

CTE Education and Management student Veronica Broas created an art project to make with the children. They will sponge paint a half piece of paper plate, glue on all of the body parts and lastly a plastic eye. Veronica is from Middletown High School.

CTE students in the Education Careers Academy recently transformed the preschool classroom from a winter wonderland theme to a dinosaur theme at the Amy Bull Crist Area Educational Center in Goshen.

“The students in the Education Academy combined their efforts to make the theme "Jurassic World" come to life in the Little Dreamers Preschool Program,” said teaching assistant Jennifer Mannina. “Although we do not have children attending currently, we prepared the preschool room as if they were coming to make the day fun and exciting.”

CTE education students paints her volcano.

CTE Education and Management student Bri Camacho of Pine Bush High School made a volcano and wrote a science lesson plan based on the theme "Jurassic World." She plans to have the children experiment with different ingredients to erupt a volcano and then record their findings.

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CTE Education and Management student Bri Camacho of Pine Bush High School made a volcano and wrote a science lesson plan based on the theme "Jurassic World." She plans to have the children experiment with different ingredients to erupt a volcano and then record their findings.

CTE Education Careers Academy student with volcano she made.

CTE Education and Management student Bri Camacho of Pine Bush High School made a volcano and wrote a science lesson plan based on the theme "Jurassic World." She plans to have the children experiment with different ingredients to erupt a volcano and then record their findings.

CTE education student works on bulletin board.

CTE Education and Management student Neko Longo puts finishing touches on the dinosaur bulletin board

CTE education student works on bulletin board.

CTE Education and Management student Neko Longo works on the dinosaur bulletin board. Longo, from Pine Bush High School, used all paper to create the large image using an overhead projector, as students do with all their bulletin pieces. Some accents we added using puffy paint to give it a 3D look.

A view of the transformed preschool classroom.

A view of the transformed preschool classroom.