Yesterday marked the grand opening of our new Makerspace with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, food, and student project demonstrations. Grades 3-8, faculty, property committee members, and friends joined us to celebrate.
We are beyond grateful to the organizations and people that helped us turn this idea into a reality. Thank you, Peter Evans and the SNAVE Foundation for the generous grant that funded this project as well as Terence Ryan, Ken Sands, Rod Wolfson, Michael Zimmerman, and all the members of our Property Committee, past and present, who worked tirelessly on both the vision and the details of this space. Thanks, too, to Courtney Wickware, our Science teacher, who has spent the beginning of her tenure here bringing this space to life and infusing it with an understanding of our school’s ethos. The Makerspace isn’t like any of the other classrooms at FSH, but it will, like all that happens here, inspire new ideas in our next generation of thinkers.
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