Today is Halloween, and if you did a quick survey of people you know, you’re likely to find that it’s the favorite holiday of many of them. Most of us harbor plenty of good memories of trick-or-treating amidst the fall leaves, more candy than we could easily consume, and the fun of dressing up and,
Students at Pinkerton Academy will get a chance to do some class work on so-called “snow days,” and during hurricanes, ice storms and power outages, with the goal of getting out earlier in June.
Brian Jarvis makes his Introduction to Manufacturing class at Pinkerton Academy as real-world as possible. He’s formed a mini-factory with his 14 students in the inaugural program, and had them run the numbers on a theoretical business. After figuring out that it would cost $190 per day to pay the “employees” and $35 for materials