Take part in the Take Apart Project

Leo Moten, Web Journalist

   Throughout the second trimester, first and second-grade students at Northwest Early Elementary (NWEE) have taken part in reverse engineering, otherwise known as the Take Apart Project, in the Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) Lab. 

   They are looking for small items that the students will be able to take apart and explore. If anyone has materials they are willing to donate, please send them to the school with your child to bring to the STEM Lab or drop them off at the office. These items can be dropped off anytime throughout the month of January. 

   The NWEE is looking for useful items, such as small non-working appliances, non-working CPUs, non-working or old laptops, old radio, CD players, clocks, DVD players, old phones, old electronic toys, keyboards. They are asking for no overly large items or ones containing glass, including cell phones.

   For this project, they will also be accepting tool donations. If anyone happens to have old screwdrivers, tool bags, scissors, or pliers you would not mind parting with please send them their way.