PLTW's mission is to prepare students for the global economy, which it does by increasing the number of American students prepared to enter the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) workforce. PLTW programs give students hands-on, project-based experiences, helping them link math and science concepts to real-world problem solving. A focus on offering career-based opportunities to students has been encouraged by research indicating that the majority of professional scientists became interested in science before high school and that positive experiences with science during their school years were particularly important in influencing their career directions.
Thomas Pless – firstname.lastname@example.org - Department Chairperson
Jeff Blizzard – email@example.com – Principles of Engineering
Matt Lapides – firstname.lastname@example.org – Digital Electronics
John Moscato- email@example.com - Computer Science, IETC
Greg Sarris- firstname.lastname@example.org - Engineering Design, Engineering Principles
Ron Saul- email@example.com - Engineering Design, IETC