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SLIDESHOW: Monticello High School first day 2014
by Tim Shea | Wednesday, August 20, 2014 at 3:17 p.m.
Monticello High School students construct the base of their tower
Monticello High School students construct the base of their tower
Monticello High School students reviewing instructions prior to making
Monticello High School students reviewing instructions prior to making
A Monticello High School student folds paper as part of a tower-building challenge
A Monticello High School student folds paper as part of a tower-building challenge
Monticello High School students construct the base of their tower
Monticello High School students construct the base of their tower
Some Monticello High School students were challenged to build kites using only construction paper and yarn
Some Monticello High School students were challenged to build kites using only construction paper and yarn
Some Monticello High School students made paper airplanes to analyze how design impacts flight
Some Monticello High School students made paper airplanes to analyze how design impacts flight
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To kick off the 2014 school year, Monticello High School challenged its students to solve a problem by making something. Aligned with a maker curriculum that has swept much of the division, students learn critical thinking skills, as well as team work and problem solving.

Monticello High School will play home to a maker faire in October.

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