Looking for Students who would like to participate in annual 3d Vermont: Town History in 3D competition!
I am looking for team members to participate in the prestigious annual 3D Vermont: Town History in 3D Competition.
According to the 3D website:
Hidden within the small valleys of Vermont are historical treasures - beautiful buildings with a past as rich as their architecture. Using the 3D modeling software Sketchup and 3D printing technology, the Town History in 3D Competition brings Vermont historical buildings and their amazing past to life.
High School and middle school students from around the state are challenged to work in teams to research and recreate 3D models of historical buildings in their area. In the process they uncover and document the history of buildings and create a multimedia presentation to accompany their printed 3D models.
All completed models and their accompanying multimedia presentations are entered into a now annual statewide spring invitational showcase where they are judged for their technical mastery, architectural accuracy and historical research and presentation.
Teams are encouraged to research, reproduce and document more than one building in their town.
During the course of the challenge, with help from their coaches, students will achieve the following learning outcomes:
To learn more, visit the 3D Vermont website.
If you would like to become part of the 3D team, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Monday, October 24th, the Slater Book Club will meet to discuss our new Slater book read titled Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children!
We will meet in the i-Media center during Inquiry from 11:40 ~ 12:10, so please bring your lunch and we will start discussing our new reading adventure with Miss Peregrine and her home for peculiar children!
After we have all read the book, we will celebrate with pizza and watch the movie (please click on the link below to see the movie trailer), which was recently released in movie theaters!
Movie Trailer for Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
If you have questions, please contact me at email@example.com.
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