Last year, Mrs. Manocchio assigned a PBL project for her students. The students were given a budget, supply catalog and a list of websites for buying preschool products. Students were to utilize their budget money and decide what products would make their preschool classroom better. When they decided on a product/s, they had to write rationale for their choice/s and remain with in their budget. Jason Crowe, the Lake Shore Compact Director, accepted the challenge of choosing whose product would benefit the preschool room most. This is a great example of how our students are having real-world experiences right in their CTE Program. Today, the new drying racks were presented to the students, and they were thrilled to get them.