Harold Kennedy. Mr. Kennedy is a science and technology teacher at LuHi going into his 6th year. He is also a FIRST Coach for both a FLL and a FTC team, as well as LuHi’s STEM coordinator. He is dedicated to student driven activities, project-based learning, cutting edge technology in the classroom, and inspiring students to pursue STEM based careers.
The Engineering Camp is going to be focused on 3D printing. One of the projects available to the students is printing and assembling a prosthetic hand that can be donated to a group that provides them free of charge to children in need. Another project available to the students will be working on is the creation of a device that could be used in zero gravity environments for use on the space station or travel to the moon or mars. Another project available to the students will be the creation of figures and models to be used in a table top game that they create. Finally students will also be able to create their own enclosures for either an Arduino or Raspberry Pi. Campers will be trained in the basics of the various software and programs we use throughout each session.