In the Media Lab, Mr. Bromley and the Seventh Grade Class were busy working on reports.
In the CAD Lab Mr. Lamm explained how CAD training improves students' future choices.
Representative Hoekstra is trying to make grants easier to obtain. He understands our flat funding, and realizes that while we have a nice operation now, that may not be the case in the future without adequate funding.
Onekama's Middle School students pursue a self-directed hands on exploratory in the Vocational Technology class. Courses consist of 13 computer-based interactive modules ranging in subject area from radio broadcasting to robotics.
Peter Hoekstra Visited Onekama
January 15, 1999
Several summers ago while out bicycling, Mr. Hoekstra visited Onekama School. At the time we were in the mess of construction. Today he returned, taking Mrs. McCarthy up on her invitation to visit our completed building. He was interested to see how we were providing technology experiences for our students. He was impressed with the facility, the integration of technology in so many classrooms, and the low student/teacher ratio.
Our all new Business Department offers a wide variety of classes.
Onekama School also has two Macintosh Computer Labs for elementary students. One is at the Arcadia School, the other at Onekama. All elementary classrooms are connected to the Internet.
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