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2002, Bigelow Middle School, Engineering Technology Department

 


EEE Activities - IMPORTANT - Please Read
All after-school clubs require an activites fee be paid in order for students to participate. Use the link below to get more information and to register


WOODWORKING CLUB

The Woodworking Club has officially begun

Woodworking club is open for all students, grades 6 through 8.  This club is designed for the beginner as well as the more experienced woodworker.  Basic woodworking techniques, tool selection, tool utilization, fastening procedures, and finishing processes will be taught, with a strong emphasis on safety.  Students are are encouraged to design and build their own projects, however pre-drawn plans are available for simple projects.  Students can use this time to do personnel projects or to work on school related projects.  There is no additional fee for this club unless a project requires hardware, or similar items, that are not normally stocked.  (See the note on EEE Activities in red above)

Space is limited to 12 students each week, therefore a sign-up sheet will be placed on the door of room 113 every Wednesday morning.  Students wishing to participate that week, should sign up that day and then be present after school. (Students do not have to come to club every week)  The club will run for most of the school year usually ending in late May.
DAY: Wednesday's After School
TIME: 2:45 - 3:45
Want to start designing NOW?
If you would like to start a plan at home, simply click on the link below and you can print a plan sheet.  Follow the directions on the sheet and bring it to Woodworking Club next Wednesday for approval.  Have Fun!!
Click HERE to see pictures of student projects
to print the Tripple-E Brochure, click HERE

Computer Aided Design (CAD)
Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM)

The CAD/CAM Club has officially begun

This club is designed for those Students who want to explore the areas of Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM).  Activities could include word processing, drawing, designing, digital painting, digital photography, desktop publishing, web page design, T-shirt design, computer aided manufacturing, virtual bridge building, architecture and other activities and games that are not normally covered during the usual Engineering Technology curriculum.
Space is limited to 14 students each week, therefore a sign-up sheet will be placed on the door of room 113 every Monday morning.  Students wishing to participate, should sign up that morning and then be present after school. (Students do not have to come every week)  The club will run for most of the school year usually ending in late May.
DAY: Monday's After School
TIME: 2:45 - 3:45
to print the Tripple-E Brochure, click HERE


Thank you for your interest in the program.
If you have comments or suggestions, please feel free to CONTACT me.

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