We are thrilled to offer our students the opportunity to get creative and explore/develop new skills in our MakerSpace. You will find all kinds of high and low tech things to pique your interests from yarn and knitting to electronic circuitry.
What You'll Find
While we have a 3D printer, the filament it uses can be expensive. We restrict the use of the 3-D printer to school related purposes. We simply don't have the funds to allow students to print random things. If you have a school project, you can print parts/pieces for the project. You can also print things that are donated to the school or its teachers. For example, students have designed and printed chess pieces for the chess club in the past. The best part of 3D printing isn't the actual printing process. The funnest part is designing the object. You can go online to https://www.tinkercad.com/, a free website where you can learn how to create objects in a 3-D environment. It's lots of fun and a great skill to have.
The MakerSpace is located in the library and is open before school and during all lunch periods.