The following is a press release submitted by the Woodland Park School District
In a significant stride toward enhancing technological education, Woodland Park School District (WPSD) proudly announces the recent acquisition of 3D printers for Columbine Elementary, Gateway Elementary, and Summit Elementary.
These 3D printers mark an investment by WPSD in providing students with hands-on experiences that align with the ever-changing demands of the 21st-century workforce. WPSD is delighted to continue its commitment to innovation by adding these printers to its schools, and the district is working hard to prepare students for their futures.
Key Features of the 3D Printers:
- Advanced Printing Capabilities: The new 3D printers boast advanced printing capabilities, allowing students to create intricate and detailed three-dimensional objects.
- Educational Opportunities: Teachers will integrate 3D printing technology into various subjects, offering students educational opportunities that bridge theoretical knowledge with practical applications.
- Encouraging Creativity: The printers allow students to bring their creativity to life through tangible, physical models.
Superintendent Witt expressed enthusiasm about adding 3D printers, stating, “We are thrilled to provide our students with access to this type of technology. These 3D printers will open new avenues for creativity and learning, empowering our students to excel in an increasingly technology-driven world.”
About the Woodland Park School District Re-2
Woodland Park School District Re-2, 155 Panther Way, Woodland Park, CO 80863. Phone: (719) 686-2000. Learn more at http://wpsdk12.org