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Make Stuff 2015-2016 Stats
- Over 90 different students attended Make Stuff at some point during the school year.

- Make Stuff met three times a week for over 30 weeks during the 2015-2016 school year. That is roughly 90 after school meetings in one school year.

- Seven different teachers and one volunteer sponsored or supervised projects at Make Stuff.

- Projects ranged from sewing, cooking, and painting to construction, computer programming, gaming, and assembling models.

- One business attended Make Stuff to work with students.
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Students must have a parent-signed permission form on file with Mr. Fagan in order to attend Make Stuff. Permission forms are available outside Mr. Fagan's classroom (Engineering and Technology room).
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