Students demonstrated their innovative educational technology program to visitors at a dedication event for their EAST (Environmental and Spatial Technology) Program lab, named in memory of a school graduate who was successful in the scientific field. Read all about it here. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
EAST Program donors Jack Lyons and Gary Gray.
Conwell-Egan sophomore Seamus Smiley shows a visitor how a virtual reality viewer works.
Gracie Terry, a Conwell-Egan freshman in the EAST Program, demonstrates the school’s 3D printer.
Cutting the ribbon on the new EAST Program lab Nov. 16 are (from left) Conwell-Egan President Janet Dollard, donors Jack Lyons and Gary Gray, and Principal Michael Culnan. The lab was dedicated in memory of the late Bonnie Gray, a Conwell-Egan graduate.
Visitors listen to Conwell-Egan President Janet Dollard in the school’s new EAST Program lab, dedicated Nov. 16 in memory of the late graduate Bonnie Gray.
Seamus Smiley uses a Google Cardboard viewer to see in virtual reality.
During a Nov. 16 event for visitors to Conwell-Egan Catholic High School, freshman students Angel Crowell, Delaney Lindberg and Sara Stintsman from the EAST Program show how to film using a green screen, digital camera and a computer.