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At the Canon-McMillan School District, students have access to advanced technology tools, including 3D printers, virtual reality equipment, STEM labs and various coding platforms. These tools foster creativity and enhance problem-solving skills, extending learning opportunities beyond traditional classroom settings.

At the intermediate level, students take a STEM course in both 5th and 6th grade.  In middle school, their exposure to technology education increases with 18 weeks of technology education broken into three courses per school year.  All students take these courses in order to provide the appropriate exposure.  Once in high school, students can take specialized electives in technology education.