Bishop McLaughlin Catholic High School a Finalist for Catholic Education (ICE) Award

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Bishop McLaughlin Catholic High School’s STREAM Club students have been applying the knowledge and skills learned in their classroom curriculum to assist others with service-based projects designed to meet the needs of their local community. With the use of 3D printing, the students at BMCHS have been designing, modifying, and developing new ways to fulfill their God-given purpose of serving others with custom-designed, 3D-printed products for specific community needs. The STREAM Club has been working on 2 major service projects for our community. The first, working with e-Nable, encompasses printing prosthetic hands for children with limited hand mobility. The second project, working with Blue Pearl Emergency Veterinary Hospital, focuses on printing custom designs that have been specially requested by their surgeons. See photos of the STREAM club in action here.

The Bishop McLaughlin Catholic High School Science Department was selected as a finalist in the Technology Integration category of the Innovation in Catholic Education (ICE) Awards due to the hard work of their Science Department in their STREAM program. Congratulations to Mrs. Jill Phillips, Mrs. Caitlin Schecker, and Mrs. Jane Schuster, and their incredible students. There will be a reception to announce the final winners at the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) Conference in St. Louis on April 19.