In today’s world, students must prepare themselves for a wide range of college and work opportunities. All students want to lead a happy life and enjoy the good things the world has to offer. Our students will certainly be provided a quality education. This year I am working with our junior high students as they learn and master a wide range of 21st Century Skills.

In this year’s “Technology Applications” class, students will learn and master various topics associated with computers and technology.

Monday, July 24, 2017

U.S. Air Force Academy and FIRST (Day 2)

Today was an exhausting day due to the high altitude and long walking distances.  We arrived at the academy for a presentation by retired Col. Gregory Tate on "Character and Leadership Development".  After a short welcome by Col. Gary Packard the Vice Dean of the Academy, we had lunch at the cadet's dining facility.  We toured the Academy's Applied Mechanics Lab, the Aeronautics Engineering Lab and had a "Question and Answer" session with several U.S. Air Force Cadets.  We ended our academy visit with a demonstration of a NAO robot.  The last 2 things on today's agenda was a visit to the "Gardens of the Gods" and dinner at a 100 year old school turned into a Brewery and Pub.

(Colonel Tate - Center for Character and Professional Development)

(Colonel Packard - Vice Dean of the Academy)

(Academy Grounds)

(Applied Mechanics Lab)

(Aeronautics Engineering Lab)

(Garden of the Gods)
(IvyWild - 100 year old school turned into a business)
(NAO Robot Demonstration)

Pillars of Leadership, Robotics

1 comment:

  1. First of all congratulations on getting admission in the air force.Its such a privilege.Glad to know that you had an awesome and interesting first day at Air force academy.