• Raymond Rideout



    Information, Communication & Technology (ICT) II explores the following objectives: Spreadsheets using Excel, Finance (financial literacy), HTML Coding for Web Design, Structural Design using Google Sketchup, Photoshop for Visual Design, Database Management using Access, Networking Principals, and Career Exploration!


    STEM, which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, blends those subjects in order to teach “21st-century skills,” or tools students need to have if they wish to succeed in the workplace of the “future.” The idea is that in order to be prepared for jobs and compete with students from different parts of the world, students need to be able to solve problems, find and use evidence, collaborate on projects, and think critically.