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Coral Springs High School Celebrates Grand Opening for LEEO Innovative Lab

Friday, September 26, 2014
Students, District staff, Career Technical Adult and Community Education department, community members, business partners and Coral Springs city officials
Grand Opening Ceremony for new state of the art LEEO Lab
Tuesday September 30, 2014, 8:30 a.m.
Coral Springs High School
7201 W Sample Road
Coral Springs, FL 33065
Coral Springs High school will unveil its LEEO innovative work space. LEEO stands for Linking Education and Employment Outcomes. The program offers computer instruction and employability skills, providing students with the opportunity to compete in a technologically advanced global society. The lab is a collaborative work space filled with connecting laptops and televisions where students, teachers and mentors can complete projects in a streamlined work environment. Through this lab, LEEO teachers and students will be able to communicate with their international LEEO partners in Scotland, for a collaborative project. The room will also be utilized for meetings with teachers, business partners and community members. Other faculty members will be able to use the lab to work on project based learning and have students present their work. The lab is made possible by Citrix and JC White Architectural Products.

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