STEM APPLICATIONS GO TO NEXT LEVEL +
Students at St. John the Evangelist School in Attleboro are excited to build and design for science and computer class because of the new 3D printer.
The students will be using a 3D computer graphic software and then printing their work.
According to science teacher Kelly Schremp, “this will allow us to bring our STEM applications to the next level. We are excited to use this as part of our learning of applications in manufacturing and engineering.”
Shown here with the new printer are 7th graders Emmaculate Omolo, Emma Blazejewski, Michele Schremp, Julia Maguire, Matthew Dion, Eric Nelson, Savannah Blanchard, Tatiana Troy and Keanna Bruce.