District News

Experiential Learning Program

Posted on: October 9, 2020
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Stone House Tavern

Senior Caleb Lamb works at Stone House as part of our Experiential Learning program. This program is committed to work-based learning opportunities to gain experiences designed to provide students with real-world learning through partnerships with local business and industry. Caleb will also have the opportunity to job shadow a corrections officer and interview a US Marshall. Caleb plans to attend college and major in Criminal Justice and is in the process of learning more about the Reserves as a possible option for his future.  His overall goal is to become a police officer someday. We can't wait to see where these opportunities take Caleb.

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Waynesville High School

Senior Joey Phillips is part of the Experiential Learning program as an intern with Dr. Ison at WHS. Joey gets to observe and get hands on experience with what an educational leadership position holds and entails on a day to day basis. Joey hopes to attend BGSU majoring in secondary education. Joey will be a great addition to any school in a few years. 


Learn more about our Experiential Learning Program