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)
Seamus Smiley uses a Google Cardboard viewer to see in virtual reality.
Gracie Terry, a Conwell-Egan freshman in the EAST Program, demonstrates the school’s 3D printer.
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.
EAST Program donors Jack Lyons and Gary Gray.
Conwell-Egan sophomore Seamus Smiley shows a visitor how a virtual reality viewer works.
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.
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.