Dana Spisak with Mentor Graphics and Mobile Makerspace demonstrated the use of a 3-D printer to Baker High School students in the Business, Management, and Administration program. He brought in items that were made using a 3D laser cutter and a 3D printer for students to see so that they could understand the process and limitations of 3-D printing.
Montgomery High School Business, Management, and Administration students continue to earn adult-level, industry recognized credentials. The students pictured below were recognized for earning their Microsof Office Specialist certification in Microsoft Word. Earning certifications while in high school is a way for students to get a head start on their futures.
Congratulations to Captain Daniel and Davidson High School for their recent President's Award for Volunteer Service that they received for their work with the United for Human Rights Organization! Great job Davidson Navy JROTC cadets and cadre!
The Ben C. Rain High School Chapter of Future Business Leaders of America held their First Annual March of Dimes "Purple Day!" They raised $310.00 selling T-Shirts and through donations! All proceeds will go to the March of Dimes for infant birth defect research. Sponsor LaTrenda Salter said, "We are excited, and looking forward to next year. Bigger and better!!!"
Murphy High School Business, Management, and Administration students continue to gain certifications in Microsoft Office. Two awesome Panthers became MS Certified in Excel 2013: Payton Kennedy (left) and Mikhaela Pruitt (right). Congratulations!