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STEM at Peabody
STEM students are busy at work around Peabody High School. STEM 1 student Chase Minton sought to give back to the cafeteria staff who take care of the students daily. He wanted to create something that would be functional and useful for the staff. He chose to construct a hanging rack for multiple uses. The staff can now easily hang up jackets and other belongings as they come into work while easily grabbing aprons for their shifts. Chase even went a step further and personalized each space for the ladies who make up the cafeteria staff, adding their names to each space. He was able to utilize the STEM lab's 3-D Printer in The Cube, a maker's space designated for students to independently work on projects. Chase says he and other students have other plans to help even more faculty members around the school.
Peabody has applied and is being evaluated for a state STEM designation from TSIN (Tennessee STEM Innovation Network). These are pictures from their visit to Peabody on February 19.