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Farmington High School offers students three courses through Project Lead the Way. Get a view of what students are working on in class.

Farmington High School offers students three courses through Project Lead the Way. Get a view of what students are working on in class.

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    Farmington High School Project Lead the Way Engineering Classes Farmington High School Project Lead the Way Engineering Classes Presentation Transcript

    • STEM OFFERINGS / PROJECT LEAD THE WAY Farmington High School – 2012-2013 School Year
    • INTRODUCTION TOENGINEERING DESIGN
    • Students complete a “reverse engineering project” as part of the class. Junior Cory Witt finishes up his model. INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DESIGN
    • Freshman Michael Sasso compares his actual product to the 3D Model he created with the computer.INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DESIGN
    • Sophomore Weston Loeschke puts the final touches on his reverse engineering project, an old fashioned hand mixer. INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DESIGN
    • Freshman Oscar Velazquez creates a set of drawings.INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DESIGN
    • PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING
    • Students completed a “Recycling Center” project. Their goal is toseparate glass, plastic and steel marbles using a control system software in associationwith materials handling devices. Sophomore Tyler Knutson is hard at work on his project. PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING
    • Junior Keegan Markwardt and Sophomore Chandler Ulrich hard at work on their project.PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING
    • Separating steel from acrylic using electromagnets. PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING
    • Team members Blake Smith, Zach Harvey, Patrick Sunderman, and Devin Widmer present their successful sorting device. PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING
    • Successful marble separation using a photo-resistor. PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING
    • Team members Josh Patterson, Jake Rogers, Dan Berg and Trent Seal shown with their model and control systems program. PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING
    • CIVIL ENGINEERINGAND ARCHITECTURE
    • Students work on a residential structure project.CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE
    • Senior Brady Oslund works on his design.CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE
    • Juniors Ellen St. George and David Talley show the variety of shapes and sizes the projects can take.CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE
    • Junior Michael Becker develops his floor plan.CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE
    • Junior Nick Kammueller changes the exterior materials of his residential structure.CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE
    • INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DESIGN PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERINGCIVIL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE FARMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL