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Area students attend NWTC's STEM Camp; Gaming & Coding workshops draw many

 

TOP PHOTO: A.M. Stem Week 1 at Northwest Technology Center – Five morning session students from area schools participated in the FAB LAB Stem Camp at NWTC in June. This session focused on creating projects based on the Maker and Space Curriculum. From left: Instructor Mary Tyree, Lillain Biao, Josie Melton, Cason Creswell, Jacson Cummings and Blake Blackwood. BOTTOM: A.M. Stem Week 2 – Gaming and Coding was the topic for the morning session held at NWTC last week. From left: (back row) Ben Kriegh, Zach Keitel, Owen Vermillion, Nathen Rogers and Spencer Smiley; (front row) Instructor Mary Tyree, Daniel Hicks, Avvan Bell, Jacson Cummings and Hudson Killman.

TOP PHOTO: P.M. Stem Week 1 at Northwest Technology Center – Executing projects based on the Maker and Space STEM Curriculum, these afternoon session students were guided by Mary Tyree, the camp's instructor. They include (from left) Ben Kriegh, Spencer Smiley, Cooper Whitely, Jacie Willson, Hudson Killman and Instructor Mary Tyree. The FAB LAB Stem curriculum was purchased through a grant received by NWTC from Oklahoma Lottery Funds. BOTTOM PHOTO: In the second week of evening classes, a big group of students enrolled in the Gaming and Coding session. They worked with flying drones and participating in several activities geared around gaming and coding. These students include (from left, back row) Wiley Jones, Cooper Whitely, Kian Kasson, Reece Powell; (front row) Instructor Mary Tyree, Colt Espinoza, Brysen Sapp, Bodin Greve, Grace Wiggins, Josie Melton and Blake Blackwood.

 

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