Our Makerspace is Open
Our makerspace rooms are a place for students to create and experiment with many different resources. Teachers can bring their students to the makerspace to learn and explore creatively.
Create prototypes and complex models using Tinkercad.
The BeeBot can be programmed with up to 40 commands and then confirms its completion with lights and sound.
Kids can watch their coding turn into learning experiences as Dash interacts with and responds to its surroundings.
Chromakey, a green screen, allows you to take your subjects out of the real world and place him or her into a completely new world.
The easy-to-clean surface is ideal for art and exploration activities.
Use tangible pieces to create a unique, hands-on learning experience.
Ozobot robots can be coded in infinite ways with color codes or online to create, learn, and share.
A mobile video recording studio that stabilizes the use of the iPad.
With an LED matrix and advanced sensors, the Sphero BOLT app-enabled robot provides endless opportunities to be creative and have fun while learning.
Using a circuit board, alligator clips, and a USB cable, the toy uses closed loop electrical signals to the computer either as keyboard stroke or mouse click.
LittleBits snap together to allow students to create circuits. The littleBits Code Kit app allows kids to experiment with circuits.