a tutoring and service-learning after school program
for Wood Middle School Students
When: 2 afternoons a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Where: Room 206
Time: 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Students served: 2 different groups of students, with each group attending once a week, maximum 22 students per group.
First come, first served, with application and proven eligibility.
Eligibility: open to all Wood students, with preference given to 6th graders. Students need to maintain a minimum gpa of 2.0 and not be on the U-list for behavior. Students who fail to attend 2 consecutive sessions will be dropped. Participating students must have on file a permission slip signed by a parent or guardian and student. Applications available in WMS office or available here:
2013 Teen TechsTM Application
Live demonstrations, lecture, hands-on activities
Instruction and projects will include, but not be limited to:
Video production and pod casts
Animation techniques and production
Minecraft, a building game to introduce networking and Java
Computer hardware, including replacement of parts, elimination of viruses, rebuilding of computers
Nerd jewelry designing and creating
Purdue EPICS-trained Instructors: Liza Morse and Maria Thorne, parents, and Nancy Ely, WMS teacher, in collaboration with Erica Skone-Rees,
local business owner of Rare Bird boutique in Oakland, the robotics students at ASTI (Alameda Science and Technology Institute),
and Purdue University Department of Engineering’s EPICS program.
Nancy Ely, WMS teacher Email: NancyEly@teentechs.org
Liza Morse, parent Email: LizaMorse@teentechs.org
Erica Skone-Rees, local business owner Email: EricaSkone-Rees@teentechs.org
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Modified on October 20, 2013