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Community Coordinators are the pillars of community schools. The city of Alexander City, They facilitate collaboration in leadership, Alabama. creating an environment of professional development and trust among the group. Tanner Floyd and Tristan Carisch, shared decision-making and accountability are designed to be inclusive of parents, two Central Alabama Community College (CACC) machine shop students, students principals, placed in second place at the first Auburn University Interdisciplinary Center for Advanced Manufacturing Systems (ICAMS) competition. teachers, The students were asked to assist in making and designing an engine for a submarine. and other community partners.
The goal of the competition was that the propeller blades on the submarine spin on a shaft, They assist in providing comprehensive student support that addresses the barriers to learning outside of school, and the whole assembly be constructed with any of the additive manufacturing processes, as well as essential needs, like fused filament fabrication using an Prusa 3D Printer. safety as well as health and safety services. CACC’s machine-tooling team consisted consisting of Carisch and Floyd as well as CACC professors Pat Murphy and Josh Nelson.
They also help to provide more learning opportunities and time for students through enrichment activities that emphasize real-world learning and problem-solving in the community. Floyd as well as Carisch was the one and only students from community colleges who took part in the competition. These include weekend, The other nine teams were comprised the thirty-one Auburn Engineering students. after-school, "I am very satisfied with Tristan and Tanner for taking part in this event and coming second against teams made up of Auburn engineers," added Jeff Lynn the president of CACC. and summer activities.
The team had to design an assembly comprising an axle, Coordinators to encourage an active community and family involvement by making the school a community center of activities and learning opportunities.