Industrial Technology Department
The Department of Industrial Technology is designed to offer students an exploratory and developmental experience.
Students are exposed to a variety of courses that give some insight into the materials, methods, processes and careers related to technology. This is reinforced by making the community an extension of the school and classroom. Characteristics which are stressed are safety, accuracy, dependability, promptness, care of equipment, interest in technical fields, cooperation, and the importance of planning and following instructions.
Industrial Technology prepares students to function as knowledgeable citizens in our increasingly technological world.
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Stories from Industrial Technology classes
While they were touring, they were surprised by teacher Don McKee with a historical artifact, an old electric jig saw. In-scripted on the handle …
Students in Don McKee’s Advanced Mechanical Design were ready to test their catapult designs after weeks of careful designing and planning.
In order to design a new room or building, Kevin Clark wants to know the people who will live and work in the space: How do they work, what do they need, what prevents them from completing a task.
Students in Don McKee’s Machine Woodworking class had two big moments this week: They received a donation of Stanley Black & Decker tools, and had the first student use the new-to-Pius X miter saw.