Updated: The FabLab is open to the public!

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Welcome Project CoFAB!

12.17.13 was the first meeting with a group of students to start a new movement. What is the movement? Project CoFAB” is the movement! A group of eleven students from the 3 different campus of MC2 STEM High School came together to create this STUDENT lead collaboration between the high school, but they didn’t stop there. These students are passionate about learning by the use of a FABLab, wanting to give similar opportunities to other students around the world. It was formed from a collaboration between the high school and TIES (Teaching Institute for Excellence in STEM) to promote more student lead involvement in STEM using FabLab technologies. Lead by students, there will be many different things going on but just to name a few; demos, learning sessions, and even challenges proposed to STEM schools Globally. CHECK US OUT ON YOUTUBE!

GE SnowFlakes

Tis’ the season!             Nearly 400,000 lights in GE Lighting’s 86th annual holiday lighting display at Nela Park in East Cleveland will be turned on for the season at 5 p.m., on Friday, Dec. 3. This year’s display is composed of 100 percent energy-efficient LED lights. Joining the creative extravaganza are five brightly colored LED snowflake trees, designed  and made by Cleveland 10th grade MC2STEM High School students who attend school on GE’s Nela Park campus. The students employed their geometry knowledge to create the ornaments.      

MC2STEM H.S. students put geometry to work in Nela Park display New to the display this year are several creative decorations, designed and made by Cleveland 10th grade MC2STEM High School students who attend school on GE Lighting’s Nela Park campus.  Under the direction of math teacher Cathy Staveteig, and with geometry lessons involved, students fabricated five, brightly colored snowflake  trees out of wood, using the school’s epilog laser. The snowflake trees in the Nela Park display are illuminated with LED lights.