Cross Keys introduced the RAMP program this year.
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Cross Keys High School in partnership with Moultrie Tech launched a robotics and automation program. Moultrie Tech is only the second site in the United States to become a platform for this type of innovative instructional support. Cross Keys HS is the second site in Georgia to become part of the Moultrie program. Click here for the full story earlier this year.
DeKalb County Schools hires top robotics teacher to Lead North DeKalb area students into an increasingly skills-based workforce
This year, at Brookhaven’s Cross Keys High School, students are set to learn not only reading, writing, and arithmetic, but robotics as well. The Remote Automation Management Project, or RAMP program, is a group of manufacturing, robotics, production enterprise, and automation classes now being offered to those at Cross Keys as well as seven other North DeKalb schools. RAMP is available through a partnership between DeKalb County Schools and Moultrie Tech, and funded by the Cross Keys Foundation, a local nonprofit that organizes support and fundraising for Cross Keys High School. DeKalb County Schools hired 23-year teaching veteran Patrick Gunter to lead the program. Gunter, an A-list robotics instructor who built one of the first solar …