Project Category: Engineering

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

https://www.butlertech.org/update/bt-inclement-weather-information-2021-2022/ Dear Butler Tech High School Students and Parents: Please read the 2021-2022 Inclement Weather Information

Butler Tech - Criminal Justice & Forensics Cadets conducting a Blood Spatter Lab today !
Slinging , dropping , spraying fake blood while learning to interpret & analyze the different patters at a Crime Scene! Realworld Learning, Deeper Learning @ButlerTech

Shout out to @ButlerTech for coming in today to present to our Freshman about the 10th Grade Butler Tech Academy! Parents—all student should have information to bring home today! #WEareLakota @TarynNBarker

https://www.butlertech.org/update/real-money-real-world/ “I’m always trying to teach students through experiences,” explained Mrs. Folz, “The simulation is particularly effective because students have to manage typical expenses based on the monthly income of a career they are interested in. #TransformingLives

We had all sorts of help for Career Days, from our kindergarten special guest Logan, to BSC Alumni Jamie, and all of our awesome jrs and srs!
Career Days are awesome because all of you make it so!❤ #careerdays #onebutlertech #community

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