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Engineering and Technology

Students will gain confidence using current and up-and-coming technologies, which will assist them in navigating an increasingly technological world. These classes will help students gain experience in fields they may wish to pursue in college. Our classes provide students with active learning situations where they are able to develop and practice their problem-solving skills through experiences in technology.
Advanced Robotics 15+ Rm #35
Teacher: Tiffany Roark
Outside Work: Moderate
Ages: 15 and up
1.25 Hour Class; 1 day/week
Yearly Materials Fee : $70.00
This class builds on the concepts of Robotics I and introduces more complexity into the robotic design. Use robotics to bring science, technology, engineering and mathematics to life! Students will be guided step-by-step through the building and programming of robot behavior. They follow up their prototype work with a robotics investigation in which the students experiment with the robot's motors, sensors and programming to learn how robots really work.

Computer Animation 14+ Rm #30
Teacher: Neal Brown
Outside Work: Moderate
Ages: 14 and up
1.5 Hour Class; 1 day/week
Yearly Materials Fee : $45.00
Using Adobe Creative Cloud applications, we will create and manipulate digital characters to make short 2D and 2.5D animated films (as opposed to 3D animated films).

Junior Robotics 8-10 Rm #35
Teacher: Tiffany Roark
Outside Work: Minimal
Ages: 8 - 10
1 Hour Class; 1 day/week
Yearly Materials Fee : $70.00
Use robotics to bring science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to life!

Students will be guided step-by-step through the building and programming of robot behavior. They follow up their prototype work with a robotics investigation in which the students experiment with the robot’s motors, sensors, and programming to learn how robots really work.


Robotics 13+ Rm #35
Teacher: Tiffany Roark
Outside Work: Moderate
Ages: 13 and up
1.5 Hour Class; 1 day/week
Yearly Materials Fee : $70.00
Use robotics to bring science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to life!

Students will be guided step-by-step through the building and programming of robot behavior. They follow up their prototype work with a robotics investigation in which the students experiment with the robot’s motors, sensors, and programming to learn how robots really work.


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