Ray-Pec Enterprise & Design
Helping MDC with Trout Stocking
Students from the Ray-Pec High School Enterprise & Design program are helping the Missouri Department Conservation improve the process for stocking Johnston Lake in Raymore with rainbow trout.
The students are developing a proposal for the MDC to use a quicker process that will reduce stress on the fish during the stocking process.
Students repair car for donation to veteran
Arrowhead Stadium visit
The Ray-Pec Enterprise & Design team of coaches visited Arrowhead Stadium to view the finishing steps of a project by Turner Construction Company. Turner Construction is one of the businesses partnering with RP E&D to provide a client-connected project focusing on design thinking and building students' essential skills. They gave the E&D team the opportunity to visit a project at the beginning and end stages to experience a real-world project in action.
From left to right: Sarah Renfrow, Colter Schacher, Darrick Gray, Keegan Garner
Raymore-Peculiar's Enterprise & Design exists to assist students in developing their agency, efficacy, and passions while gaining valuable real-world and academic skills so they can succeed in a world of rapid and constant change.
Steven Miller, Principal
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What is RP E&D?
What does this program look like? What will I experience?
How are the projects “assigned”?
Based on student interest. Students will be able to rank the projects they are most interested in and assignments will be made based on those interests. In addition, students can create projects based on their own passions and interests.
Will this experience cause a shift in my career plans?
Perhaps. You may be thinking about a type of career and then work on a project with a business partner from that area only to find that it isn’t the type of job you thought it would be. You could also work on that project and find it is everything you thought the job would be. The important part is that you learn this you go to college, or enter the workforce, not after.
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