CMS Industrial Arts Program receives grant

Wednesday, December 21, 2016
The Cassville Middle School (CMS) Industrial Arts and Technology Department received a $2,000 grant from the Walmart Community Foundation and Facility #914. Funds received from the grant will be used to purchase a 3-D printer and a 60-inch flat screen television. Industrial Arts students will be able to build individualized models and/or generic items and print them on the 3-D printer. The television will be mounted in the classroom and will provide better visibility to students when studying designs, robotic builds and code. Both the printer and television will be used by students enrolled in either an industrial arts or a Project Lead the Way course taught by Robbie Artherton. Pictured are, front row, left to right: Lexie Vance, Kaydence Saige, Brooklyn Stockton, Autumn Banks, Samantha Sparkman, Zoe Watkins and Kadence Maggard. Back row: Robbie Artherton, Reece Haggard, Bricen Rhyne, Kaleb Beck, Andey Hunter, Drake Reese, Chris Wyman, Victor Serrano, Levi Lasley and Jimmie Barton, Cassville Middle School principal. Contributed photo

The Cassville Middle School (CMS) Industrial Arts and Technology Department received a $2,000 grant from the Walmart Community Foundation and Facility #914.