Makerspace is Maker-great

The recently opened makerspace in the west wing is opened to all students

The Makerspace is a combination of workshop and classroom. It teaches engineering, robotics, and fabrication. It is a lab environment that teaches workshop and hosts projects after school periodically. It is an area that has a huge variety of uses and is being utilized fully. It is the perfect CTE classroom.

“It is a mixture of a class and hands-on workshop experience. Four classes and a variety of clubs such as robotics and workshop are hosted here,” said Mr. Corrick, the teacher in charge of the space.

They have hosted one project so far this year, in which they made an acoustic speaker. They plan on doing many more starting in January or February. They have also made a ping pong table for the newly emerging Ping Pong club to help them get started. If you want to learn how to use workshop tools and learn how to create items for yourself, find a class or club in the makerspace. There is currently no way to join the club as of yet, but updates will be given in the Eagle Eye, the announcements given during Eagle Block.