May 20, 2022

Engineering Helps Drumline Solve a Problem

The drumline had a need and the engineering class came up with a solution. What a blessing it is to see the body of Christ using their skills and lessons learned at work within our CCS classes and community.

In the pictures you will see students from the Principles of Engineering class building a structure for the drumline to store their drum harnesses. The class was able to see first-hand the design process used and come to life. “This product started out on paper with YOUR drawings and brainstorming! And now it is here and built and ready for our customer! How awesome is that?” – Mrs. Yaw

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