Jan 15, 2014 4:55 PM by KSBY Staff
Students in part of San Luis Obispo County will be better equipped to enter the real world.
The Lucia Mar Unified School District has adopted a new graduation requirement called a pathway.
Students can either prepare for higher education, enter the workforce, or serve in the military after graduating.
Teacher Brad Lachemann says, "I think it gives them a head start. We've had some kids come out of this program and go work for people. I've always had good feedback from it, cuz, they know how to succeed, even if everything doesn't work out perfectly, they learn to make adjustments and make things work."
PG&E donated $10,000 to help the school district out with the program.
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