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SmartLab Students Recognized by State Legislature for STEM Projects

SmartLab Students Recognized by State Legislature for STEM ProjectsStudents from James Hart Middle School in Homewood District 153, were celebrated in the Illinois state capitol last week!

Students Aaron Latman, Jessica Lyseng and Ellie Wojcikowski, along with SmartLab Facilitator Cheri Pesina, were invited to present STEM projects at the Tech 2018 Illinois program.

Latman demonstrated a robotic elephant. Wojcikowski designed a house using CAD software and then printed a 3D model. Lyseng showed off an interactive skeleton she built and programmed to help teach other kids anatomy.

“James Hart stole the show in Springfield with their original technology projects”, said Pesina. “They wowed the legislators that stopped by the booth.”

Representative Thaddeus Jones of Calumet City even recognized the students and their Facilitator on the floor of the Illinois House later that day.

Read more about this story here in the Homewood-Flossmoor Chronicle.

Congratulations to the students and staff of James Hart Middle School! The state-wide recognition of your SmartLab STEM program is well deserved!

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Matt Dickstein

Matthew Dickstein, CEO of Creative Learning Systems, has been a successful entrepreneur in the field of education for over 25 years. Prior to joining CLS in 2004, he played key management roles in building National Technological University, a pioneer in the field of higher education distance learning, and ELS Language Centers, the largest teacher of intensive English language programs in the U.S. Matthew received a B.S. in business from the University of Colorado and holds an M.B.A from Harvard Business School.

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