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THE SIOUX CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT HOPES TO EXPAND A PROGRAM THAT ALLOWS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO TAKE COURSES THAT PROVIDE TRAINING FOR POTENTIAL JOBS.

OVER 300 STUDENTS ARE CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN THE CAREER PATHWAYS PROGRAM THAT IS TAUGHT AT THE ADMISTRATION BUILDING AT 4TH AND JACKSON.

JIM VANDERLOO, THE DISTRICT’S DIRECTOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION, SAYS THERE’S A WIDE VARIETY OF COURSE OFFERINGS:


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THE STUDENTS ARE ALSO GETTING A HEADSTART ON COLLEGE:


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SOME OF THE STUDENTS ARE ALSO WORKING IN LOCAL BUSINESSES AS INTERNS.

THE PROGRAM HAS BECOME SO POPULAR OVER THE PAST TWO YEARS, THE SCHOOL DISTRICT MAY SOON HAVE TO EXPAND TO A BIGGER FACILITY IN THE FUTURE.

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