The panels in here are not connected to a database and are just used to show the possible panels that a student's "zone" could have. These can be removed, changed and customized to fit a schools' desires.
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On Thursday, June 20, new Horicon High School tech education teacher Mark Boehmer was surprised to learn the renovated tech ed classroom at HHS would be receiving more than just the Milltronics MM18 machine the district was expecting. Milltronics and three other companies combined to contribute $26,500 worth of upgrades for the machine. The announcement was made at the 40th anniversary open house for Milltronics in Waconia, Minn. From left are Scott Rosen, Concept Machine Tool WI sales engineer; Paul Wichert, vice president of Milltronics; Boehmer; and Bob Jurak, Concept Machine Tool WI general manager.
School Age Child Care will be offered at Van Brunt starting in September, 2013. Click here to access the SACC program details.