Jason Scott Reporting
After introducing Senate Bill 66, which would help more schools bring technology-based learning to classrooms and promote career-based learning, state Senator John Proos was in Cassopolis this week to tour an Ag-Science program. Cassopolis Public Schools this year opened an Ag-Science program at the redesigned Red Brick School. The program allows students to spend half of the school day earning English, math, computer and elective credits in an agriculture-based curriculum. Proos says programs like these “provide educational experiences that help schools to meet the needs of every student.” The Cassopolis FFA program continues to be a force as it will send two state championship teams to Louisville, Kentucky to compete on the national stage.