Sequoyah School: Using Technology to Serve the Community



Technology teacher, Jose Soto and high school students from Sequoyah School’s Technology Stewardship Committee have been working with @crashspace (a non-profit collective of hackers, programmers, builders, makers and artists) to make PPE for healthcare providers using Sequoyah’s 3D printers and additional printers they have commandeered for the cause. The school donated its first batch of masks and visors to Keck Medical Center USC on Earth Day and delivered the second batch on Saturday! A special thanks goes out to parent, Beth Femino, for donating an additional 3D printer to support Sequoyah School’s efforts. High school students are also in the process of upgrading software on two of the older 3D printers in order to further expand its capacity. They should have them up and running soon.

Sequoyah School, 301 N. Orange Grove Boulevard, Pasadena, (626) 795-4351 or visit hs.sequoyahschool.org/programs

 

 

 

 

 

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