From left, Johnny Wood of Dewberry Engineers, a mentor with the Students Discover Academy at Knightdale High School of Collaborative Design, goes over an electrical diagram with ninth-grader Chris Yanez, 14, in the school's library on March 23, 2016. Teams from Knightdale High and Wake STEM Early College won awards at the 2016 NC New Schools/Breakthrough Learning annual Innovation Challenge.
From left, Johnny Wood of Dewberry Engineers, a mentor with the Students Discover Academy at Knightdale High School of Collaborative Design, goes over an electrical diagram with ninth-grader Chris Yanez, 14, in the school's library on March 23, 2016. Teams from Knightdale High and Wake STEM Early College won awards at the 2016 NC New Schools/Breakthrough Learning annual Innovation Challenge. Matt Goad mgoad@newsobserver.com
From left, Johnny Wood of Dewberry Engineers, a mentor with the Students Discover Academy at Knightdale High School of Collaborative Design, goes over an electrical diagram with ninth-grader Chris Yanez, 14, in the school's library on March 23, 2016. Teams from Knightdale High and Wake STEM Early College won awards at the 2016 NC New Schools/Breakthrough Learning annual Innovation Challenge. Matt Goad mgoad@newsobserver.com
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