UPDATED: Along with reports of IRA testing set to begin in the Carmi White County School District, and upcoming spring events, High School Principal Bart King brought a cornet printed on a 3D printer and consisting of 25 pieces. King told the attendees on Monday night that the cornet was a test project made by students.
"Landon Driscoll made the 3D printed cornet in Mrs. Haley's Chemistry II class. The class has been learning how to 3D print for a future project with soap making. Landon chose a design that involved 25 pieces that had to be printed, sanded, and carefully placed together to create his cornet. Other student designs included a 3 tiered shelf, earrings, planter, clothes hanger, and a sunglass holder.," Mr. King said in an email.
With all board members in attendance at the March meeting last Monday, Superintendent Newell reported that the new SIC vocational center in Carmi will be ready to offer additional vocational options such as welding and diesel mechanics to CWCHS students in the Fall of 2023. The District is also participating in a high impact tutoring program and will have service available to students during this summer and next school year. The program is overseen by Southeastern Illinois University in Harrisburg, funded by state ESSER funds, and coordinated by Mrs. Amy Atteberry.
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