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Sea Crest school’s innovation
February 17, 2014, 05:00 AM

Sea Crest students were joined by Half Moon Bay Mayor John Muller, as well as councilmembers Naomi Patridge and Rick Kowalczyk as they cut the ribbon on Sea Crest's new Innovation Lab. The Innovation Lab will be a place for Sea Crest students to explore 21st Century skills like Inventing and Engineering through hands-on, project-based learning. The Lab is equipped with cutting edge equipment like 3D printers and foam cutters that students can use to bring their ideas to life. Sea Crest also offered tours of the school's new second story classrooms, which feature modern furniture designed to offer flexibility for learning alone, in a large group or collaborating together in smaller groups.

 

 

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