September 28, 2016
GHS Science and Engineering Teacher Kurt Lichtenwald
The Massachusetts Technology Education and Engineering Collaborative and its members have awarded Gloucester High School’s science and engineering teacher, Kurt Lichtenwald, with the 2016 “teacher of the year” award.
Along with his award, MassTEC deemed GHS’ STEM program, run by Lichtenwald, John Barry, and David Schneider, the 2016 “program of the year.” STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Each year, MassTEC partners with the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and chooses from schools across the state to recognize one program and teacher that excels in educating students about formal technology and engineering studies.
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Catherine Ryan submits-
From: GMG posts calling out for batteries for Kurt Lichtenwald’s inventive Gloucester High School students
AND good egg and GMG reader Mike St. Arnauld, Manager, Tedeschi Food Shops on Washington Street , drumming up EIGHT!~
Delivered to: GHS successful high school designers – maybe the students will post some updates on the school website or set up a blog for fans.
Kurt Lichtenwald, AKA Coach L, has taught engineering, technology ,robotics and physics for the past 14 years at Gloucester High School . He has created, developed and implemented the curriculum for each of these subjects. Lichtenwald’s Robotics program is supported by Gloucester Education Foundation.
Mr. St. Arnauld
Vice Principal GHS Katherine DiNardo, receiving batteries
Gloucester High School students with batteries and work in progress