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Stem Unveiling (8)  TBW Newsgroup
STUDENTS WORKING IN STEM FOR FUTURE JOBS: Jade White, Tayla Rowe, Georgia Johnston and Bella Poulish with Wattle Range chief executive Ben Gower and Alex Wesolowski. Picture: AMY MAYNARD

MILLICENT High School students will now have access to advanced technology and new digital learning spaces following the official opening of the $2.5m STEM facility on Wednesday.

South Australian Education Minister John Gardner formally opened the new facility – which will feature a robotics laboratory and a laser cutter – yesterday morning alongside

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