Technology

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Kyle Carey

Technology Education, High School

Phone
(608) 987-0739 x270
Email
kyle.carey@mp.k12.wi.us
Latest Posts | High School Technology

State Skills USA Produces National Qualifiers

Mineral Point High School sent a large contingent to the State Skills USA competition in Madison April 25 and 26 and emerged with a National Qualifying Entrepreneurship Team. Representing Mineral Point were: Emma Baker, Danielle Blum, Madison Bowers, Abigail Callaway, Caden Carey, Curtis Cox, Addison Dailey, Brandon Dolphin, Nick DuBois, Paige Goodweiler, Grady Gorgen, Jake … Read More

Board Views Talented Tech Ed Demonstrations

At Monday night’s regular monthly meeting, the Mineral Point School Board was treated to student demonstrations of great work being created with the plasma cutter, 3D printer, and laser engraver in Mike Robinson’s and Kyle Carey’s classes. (Scroll past video for more article and photos)   Lane Eggers, Bodhi Logueflower, Devon Manning, Tommie Loken, Jake … Read More

State Skills USA

The Mineral Point Skills USA team competed at the State Conference in Madison the end of April. Students who competed include: T-shirt Design: Emma Baker. Prepared Speech: Hannah Parkinson. Television (Video) Production: Addison Dailey and Dylan MacGilvra. Woodworking Display: Jake Gorgen. Team Engineering Challenge: Riley Workman, Milo Wong, Jacob Wedig, Grant Rose, Devon Manning, Zach Cummings, Caden … Read More

It’s Skills USA Week!

The Mineral Point High School Chapter of Skills USA will celebrate its special week February 15-19. The following events are planned: ALL WEEK VIP Parking Care Bear Fat Head Skills Shirt for Points MONDAY RTI Candy Toss RTI Lightning for Points TUESDAY RTI Lightning For Points WEDNESDAY Sundae Bar: Free for Members $5 For Non-Members … Read More

Duo gives up study hall to build computers

The idea of a traditional study hall has gone out the window for a few Mineral Point High School students. Devon Manning and Justin Toay have taken it upon themselves to go above and beyond by using their study hall during fourth hour as a time to work on their passion of computers. After having … Read More

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