ELLIJAY, Ga. – As a part of the coming remodel for Gilmer High School (GHS), the Gilmer County Board of Education is moving forward with establishing a health science classroom.
Coming during the February Board Meeting, the Gilmer County Board of Education heard and approved the proposal for this remodel.
Satisfying a grant requirement, the new classroom will actually combine two rooms into one for the new lab. Covered under the already approved remodel for GHS, the new classroom will be renovated with that project, allowing the work to be done simultaneously.
This classroom is a part of the Boards continued work on the “Patient Care Pathway,” a path for students to get earlier access to studies for healthcare and patient care. According to CTAE (Career Technology and Agriculture Education), ” This course provides an opportunity to demonstrate technical skills that enforce the goal of helping students make connections between medical procedures and the pathophysiology of diseases and disorders.”
Many will recall previous work from the Board as they have advanced these pathways included healthcare science and sports medicine.