Wamego Technology Center... bringing technology and community together!

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Learning Opportunities:

June 28 & 29  9:00 - 11:00am
   Extraordinaires Design Studio
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The Tech Center is CLOSED in July.

If there is a specific class offering that you would like to see, please email lindleyj@usd320.com


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Wamego Technology Center held several very successful classes in June attended by 115 students who received hundreds of hours of tech fun!  Our “How’s It Work?” sessions focused on taking apart large items such as a washing machine and dishwashers as well as smaller electronics like laptops, printers, and scanners.  The kids loved these sessions led by Allen Sylvester with assistance from Deb Sylvester!

Robin Butler led the sessions on “Dot and Dash & Makey Makey” where students learned to program robots and use fruit to make an electronic keyboard.  These classes were a ton of fun and students couldn’t wait to get their hands on these neat items which were borrowed from the WMS Library.

“Lego CAD” was led by Lori Rice and was phenomenally popular with students.  Using a free download of Lego Digital Designer in the West computer lab, students first designed a creation, printed it, and then built it by hand.  Students created many ingenious designs and shared them with each other. 

“Extraordinaires Design Studio” with Lori Rice wraps up our June classes with a maker-space atmosphere of students creating original design drawings and then bringing them to life by hand.

Our crew of WHS Tech Center Volunteers have been excellent help during all of these classes:  Noah Bailey, Molly Myers, Jonah Jantz, Abigail Chainey, Caitlin Donahue, and Zach Dillinger.

Many additional pictures and video of our classes are posted on the Tech Center Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/wamegotechcenter/