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Welcome to the High School Shop Class

Here's what some shop announcements for the week of 3/7-3/11

Annabel Stanley's magic mirror she made in class for the school play was a hit!

Electronics - Students are building and programming... games, weather stations, robot cars, LED hearts, and LED towers

 Students working hard in class

Here's what some of the shop students are doing for the week of 2/22-2/25

Digital Design - Props for the play, signs, and etching drinking glasses

Electronics - Python Coding using LocoRobo Robots

Here's what some of the shop students are doing for the week of 2/7-2/11

Digital Design - Valentine's Day Projects

Electronics - Python Coding using LocoRobo Robots

Here's what the shop students are doing for the week of 2/14-2/17

Digital Design - Finishing Valentine's Day Projects and judging them

Electronics - Continue working with LocoRobo Robots and learning the Python programming language

Design Foundations 1 - Learning more skills, so far this class has made cutting boards, bird houses, and other small projects

Design 2,3,4 - Working on larger projects... gun racks, tables, and signs 

Here's what HS Shop did in the first semester...

Last Week the high school shop classes with Mr. Plybon and Mr Snure went on a field trip to P.G. Dunn and toured the factory. This week they are finishing up some Christmas projects before break.

Here is a little sneak peak into the life in the HS shop class. In the first clip we have Mr. Plybon and Mr. Snure doing some teaching then a little walk though the Shop.

This week in the shop class we had two Great projects get finished, A "IN GOD WE TRUST" sign done by Gavin Maibach, And a LED Cleveland sign done by Annabel Stanley


Everyone here at Norwayne high school STEaM class is getting in the Halloween spirt!


Welcome everybody to the Norwayne High School Wood/STEaM shop. This is the the place in the High School where ideas turn to reality, and the creativity begins. Once you find the big ohio sign you know you have arrived.


Annabel Stanley with the magic mirror she made

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