There’s been multiple times i've when to the hand sanitizer dispenser for hand sanitizer and there’s none in there and it really frustrates me. So what my plan is I want to put hand sanitizers all over over the classroom. I think it’s best to have hand sanitizer because number one it's more sanitary and we always have engeneering after lunch and some people be playing basketball or doing whatever and it makes their hands dirty. Also there is never soap in the bathrooms so personally I am always looking for something to make my hands more sanitary. This project will not take long at all , all i'm going to do is go to like a dollar store and purchase 5 hand sanitizers and we can place 3 out in the class and keep 2 hidden for when they run out.
Attention SLA@B Community!! Have you or someone you know tripped over a wall outlet that was pulled out of the wall, or have you actually pulled a wall outlet out of the wall? No? Well that’s okay! Mr. Rae Grant did (a few times)!
As you may or may not already be aware of, the wall outlets on the engineering/geometry room are not in the wall. They are mostly working, however they have been through months and possibly years of abuse from students yanking out their laptop and phone chargers, gradually making them less and less attached to the wall.
Currently, the outlets are not just loose or moderately broken, but are completely out of the wall, and are dangling by the wire running up the wall. One of them is even able to be as far as a foot from the wall! We obviously need to fix this problem, as it may possibly cause an electrical safety problem, not to mention people constantly trip over them.
What do we do? Our team - made up of Jack, Dior, Diamond, Mya, Marcus, Ali, Skylar and Yari - have found a solution!
These will be placed on top of the wire which runs up the wall and is attached to the outlets. It will keep a sturdy hold on the outlets and keep them attached to the wall. To make these, we will use SLA@B’s Makerspace so as to add no cost to the school because we are using resources which are already readily available for student use. These braces will be approximately 1” x 1” and will be held together with wood glue, as that is a strong adhesive and it is a small figure. Later, hopefully soon, they will be screwed into the wall.
Though this is not complete right now, expect to see them on the walls soon!Mr. Rae-Grant will no longer trip over these outlets!
Amna Clean ‘em
Michael Tape ‘em
The tables are very dirty and student needs better grades. Only tape and soap and water and a pair of hands are needed. The students that clean get extra cred. In addition, only one person needs. Every person after that gets the job done faster. Afterward tape the tables so they can’t not dirty ‘em again. We can’t remove and we don’t use so taping is the best. Glue is too sticky. This project can be done today. Once the tables are clean and taped then the success is real.
Floor and Wall Space