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Mr. Sylvestre, Career and Technical Education (CTE)

 

Everyday I work to increase student engagememnt and learning in the Career and Technical Education (CTE) area at Patrick Henry High School.   As Program Coordinator and Department Chair, my goal is to both support and challenge students through the PLTW / EngineeringDigital Media and IBCP Programs. 

I also enjoy working with Henry's own  FIRST Team 2500- Herobotics, (Website) as well as MN FIRST and US FIRST the high school level award winning robotics team.  We are part of  Career and Technical Education (CTE) in Minneapolis Public Schools.  

Past projects where I have worked with students include: 

Students in Herobotics have created numbeous award winning videos: Herobotics 2012Herobotics 2014, Herobotics 2015, Herobotics 2016.  The student video and audio producers have won numerous awards and received notable recognition from the Minneapolis Public School Board and  KARE11 and other area professionals for their work.  Student projects have included a documentary on Desmond Tutu's visit to North Minneapolis, A commercial project, PSAs about health issues, and an educational program about the Strong School, Strong City referendum.  

Engineering Students Get On the Job Experience at Coloplast US Headquarters on May 24th

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Engineering Science Engineering and Herobotics Students tour Coloplast

 

Patrick Henry High School students in Science, Engineering and Robotics toured the Coloplast US headquarters on Tuesday 5/24 to learn about the inner workings of the international medical device company.   Students were able to ask questions from key Coloplast employees in Product Design, Engineering, Marketing, Customer Service and Legal.  They toured the "LEED" (environmentally green) corporate headquarters and toured the clean room manufacturing facility. This visit is a part of an ongoing partnership between Coloplast and Henry High School.

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Students learn about the International medical device industry