The 7th grade PE classes have been in the Lab, cooking up a storm. The students analyze the different nutrients to make the tastiest, healthy snack.
Students have started adding electronics to make their city come to life!
Mr. Cutbirth brought his math students into the Lab for an enrichment project. Using the 3D printer, laser cutter, and power tools, students built proofs.
This year, Mrs. Adetoro facilitates two 8th grade as they bring their vision for the future to life. Their theme is sustainability.
World cultures was in the Lab today making pencil-hinge booklets. The students interviewed parents and other family members to find out about their heritage, and wrote about it in their booklets. These will be on display in the hallways for Parent Night. Here are the directions they used to help create their booklets.
The Middle School Innovation Faire was a great event!! Click HERE for WCAT’s review of the event, and below is our map.
In the weeks leading up to the Innovation Faire, Fahamu Peacou will be coming to Westminster! He is scheduled to work with art classes and inspire us at a few Assemblies. Some of his paintings can be viewed in Broyles Art Center, and Here is a WCAT student interview. Be sure to check it out!
On Tuesday afternoon, the robotics team had an inter-squad meet. Two teams were in 1st place after the in-house competition: team 6199E (Gideon Zemedhun, Willem Mandel, Augie Bunting, and Tejas Kadadi; and team 6199G (William Ivansco, Rohit Ramineni, Esfan Daya and Brandon Hwang).
Students in Ms. Chu’s Chinese classes made dumplings to celebrate Chinese New Year. The crescent shape is a symbol for wealth and prosperity. We also loved the all-school assembly they hosted about the holiday!
There is a new machine in the lab: a Centroform Vacuum Forming Machine. We believe that our main users will be the Shark Tank students, but are looking for other great applications. We had a lot of fun testing it out today!