St. Catherine's in Racine to create STEM lab with $500K grant from SC Johnson

RACINE — St. Catherine’s High School has plans to create a science, technology, engineering and math lab with the help of a $500,000 grant from SC Johnson.

The grant will support the high school, one of the Siena Catholic Schools of Racine, in creating learning environments that aim to best prepare students to integrate into a rapidly changing workforce.

“Our goal at St. Catherine’s is to prepare our students to be college, career and community ready upon graduation,” stated Todd Willems, Siena Catholic Schools of Racine’s chief academic officer. “Creating a well-rounded STEM program, complete with a highly functional STEM learning space, provides opportunities for our students to tackle rigorous real-life problems in creative and collaborative ways — preparing them for any career path that they may choose to pursue.”
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