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Your Parks & Recreation Department takes safety seriously. While participating in this program, please be assured that all State and Local health and safety measures are being adhered to. You may be asked a few short questions or have your temperature taken prior to class every day. Masks must be worn while participating, physical distancing guidelines must be followed, and multiple hygiene breaks will be taken during each class. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact our department.
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If you like to create and build things, this program is for you! Take home your very own engineering kit! You will build up to 8 working models including a material lift, stationary bike, crane bridge, construction crane, and a windmill! With the aid of your instructor and the easy-to-follow manual, you will learn different scientific principles involving pulleys and mechanics. You will also learn about basic circuits as you construct a Maze Challenge, Flying Disc, Turbo Air, and Alarm System with our STEM Lab kit! As future engineers, the STEM lab will teach you how to comprehend a schematic diagram and interpret the flow of electricity. Design your own diagrams and watch your confidence soar as you transform wires, springs, and plastic parts into fully functioning circuits. Come obtain the necessary skills and experience to take on the technological challenges of the future!
- If your child plans on attending both RE/CO Robot and Future Engineers. Please provide your child with a lunch to have between classes.
- Masks must be worn in order to participate in the program.
- Please bring a water and snack to class. For a snack break during class
Class will be held at the Academy Bldg. in Cushing Memorial Park.
Please enter Cushing Park through Keefe Tech parking lot at 750 Winter Street, take an immediate left and follow signs to Academy Building (first brick building).
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