Sunny Brae Avenue Elementary School is one of the recipients of a generous grant from GE Additive. Our school has been selected to receive a 3D printing package through the GE Additive Education Program. This includes a 3D printer, materials, and a curriculum by Polar 3D.
“GE Additive believes in giving students access to additive technologies that will help accelerate the adoption of advanced manufacturing worldwide. This includes $2 million to subsidize desktop polymer printers at primary and secondary schools, and $8 million to subsidize metal additive machines at colleges and universities. It’s all part of the company’s passion for improving student outcomes and exposing future generations to new technologies.”
Each participating school will receive a Polar classroom package consisting of the following:
Polar Cloud Premium Membership
• Full license/access to GE Sponsored STEAMtrax Curricula for life of the Program
• Membership in the GE Program Group
• Eligible to participate in GE Program Challenges
• Special Programming, including weekly GE Program Webinars and Training
• Premium Support including dedicated account management
• Analytics on your School’s Activities and GE Program Aggregated Data
Two 3D printers (one from Polar 3D and one from XYZprinting)
• Both printers Polar Cloud enabled
• Integrated with Google Classroom and accessible via any browser
• 12 Rolls of filament (6 for each 3D printer)
• Full warranty coverage
• Full STEAMtrax License during the duration of the Program
• STEAMtrax Kit Tinkering with Turbines
Polar Farm Access
• Access to the GE Additive Polar Farm, a bank of Printers made available to participating schools to manage overflow situations (additional fees apply)
• Digital Manufacturing experiences in local and distributed environments
Thank You Aerojet Rocketdyne
Sunny Brae staff and students accepting the donation from Mr. William Munsch of Aerojet Rocketdyne.
|Thank you to our local scientists and engineers at Aerojet Rocketdyne for supporting Sunny Brae’s endeavors to become an Academy for Global Awareness. The donation from Aerojet Rocketdyne for $1,000 was presented to Sunny Brae on Friday, April 7, by Mr. William Munsch. The award will help to purchase Science projects, specifically robots. Local District Northwest is very grateful for the support from our community!|
Thank You Parallax, Inc.
Thanks to Ken Grace, CEO of Parallax for his company’s donation of robotic kits and other components!