Mission Moment: Taking a journey via the BCPS Learning Walk of Knowledge

Learning Walk of Knowledge details

A few examples of what you will see at the State of the Schools’ Learning Walk of Knowledge.

This year, the inaugural Learning Walk of Knowledge will make its debut at the State of the Schools 2018 on March 28.  What is a Learning Walk of Knowledge, you may ask?  It is a place where you can meet student directors, engineers, composers, carpenters, designers, robotic technicians, musicians, scientists, homeland security planners, environmental stewards, manufacturers, videographers, first responders in training, project managers, dancers, and artists.

It’s a place where the future is being created through innovative young minds under the leadership of talented educators.

Who will be showcased?  The line-up continues to grow, but to date, we are proud to announce our current participants:

School/Office and program
Randallstown High School, Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences Exhibit
Northwest Academy of Health Sciences, Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences Exhibit
Sollers Point Technical High School, Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences Exhibit
Rosedale Alternative Center, Rocket Launchers Exhibit
Catonsville High School, Clinometers Exhibit
Sollers Point Technical High School, Salad Box Project Exhibit
Battle Monument School, Salad Box Project Exhibit
Kenwood High, Salad Box Project Exhibit
Ridge Ruxton School, Salad Box Project Exhibit
Chatsworth Elementary School, Coded Musical Instruments Exhibit
Lyons Mill Elementary School, Collaborative Partnerships: Hot Spots Extended Care Programs, Inc. Exhibit
Winner BCPS Composition Project, Elementary Level (recipient will be showcased)
Winner BCPS Composition Project, Secondary Level (recipient will be showcased)
Office of Visual Arts, BCPS Film EXPO 2017
Perry Hall High School, Electric Car Exhibit
Parkville High School, Virtual Reality & Interactive Media Exhibit
Franklin High School, Virtual Reality & Interactive Media Exhibit                                      Dundalk High School, Simulation of HSEP Response & Planning Exhibit
Western School of Technology, Culinary Arts Exhibit
Perry Hall High School, Tiny Houses Exhibit
Rodgers Forge Elementary School, Make & Take Exhibit
Mays Chapel Elementary School, Green Screen Display Exhibit
Hereford High School, VEX Robotics Exhibit
Hereford Middle School, VEX Robotics Exhibit
Woodlawn High School, Read the History, Write the Future
Berkshire Elementary School, Elementary School Principal of the Year 2017-2018
Randallstown High School, Secondary School Principal of the Year Exhibit 2017-2018
Owings Mills Elementary School, Teacher of the Year 2017-2018 Exhibit
Sudbrook Magnet Middle, National New Art Teacher of the Year Exhibit
Office of Communications, Alumni Pennants
Office of Language Arts, Guest Book Signing Exhibit
Office of Innovative Learning and Office of Transportation, Creation, Design and Function of the Mobile Innovation Lab

Included with each exhibit will be a community business partner that will be featured at a later date.

We thank our participants and look forward to a successful event.

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