Project Category: Classroom

Therapeutic Game

Students designed a game for a young patient with hand mobility and dexterity issues
Bill Poehner, Teacher

Therapeutic Toy

Students designed a Therapeutic Toy for a young patient with hand mobility and dexterity issues.
Bill Poehner, Teacher

Pull Toy Design Challenge Project

Students used the engineering design process to design, build, and test a pull toy that employed at least three mechanisms with the goal of learning about and creating mechanical systems.
Ethan Hodge, Teacher

Juliette’s Hope Makeover Runway Project

Women from a local home were given makeovers by our Cosmetology students to help them get back on their feet after recovering from addiction.
Claudia Hubbard, Teacher

Relationship Building

Teachers help students build important relationships during the first week of school.
Angie Stitzel, Teacher

Marine Debris Removal Device

Student developed a simple device that can be remote controlled to gather debris in bodies of water.
Ken Kinch, Teacher

Adaptive Bicycle

Students built an adaptive bicycle for a child with Cerebral Palsy.
Ken Kinch, Teacher

Why Did This Happen To Me?

Students investigate possible diseases, conditions, or disorders that they could be at risk of developing in the future.
Matt Picel, Teacher

Juniors evaluated their walking gait today in class! They tested navicular drop, videoed a partners gait and evaluated for abnormalities. #OneButlerTech #BigBlueOnTheMove

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Allied Health juniors learning how to do Neuro checks to assess neurological status. #futurehealthprofessionals #onebutlertech

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Appreciation post for all of our amazing BSC students for helping with Career Days!
We are so proud of you and all you have learned!! Thank you for representing BSC for all our guests! #onebutlertech #studentleaders #careerdays ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿงก

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