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Calling All Volunteers or Sponsors

Cyber PatriotsCAS is seeking an interested parent or community member who would like to be our high school after school club coach fort CyberPatriots. The CyberPatriots is a program where students learn the fundamentals of cyber network security and compete nationally and internationally in competitions. There is also a chance to offer the club in the Middle school as an afterschool program. The volunteer(s) would need to have an IVP fingerprint card (or be eligible to receive one). Those interested in heading up our CyberPatiots program should contact Mr. Oh! at jeff.ofstedahl@cpic-cas.org.

 

The CAS High School Engineering program is looking for corporate sponsors to support our competitive Solar GoCart Club.pltw_logo_final The Solar GoCart program is part of the Racing The Sun competition series. Racing the Sun is a solar go-kart competition for high school students.  Designed as a STEEM program (Science, Technology, Engineering, Entrepreneurship and Math), the competition uses solar energy as the organizing technology. We also are seeking parent volunteers who have automotive mechanics or electrical experience. If you are interested in participating with CAS in this exciting STEEM educational experience, please contact Mr. Oh! at jeff.ofstedahl@cpic-cas.org

 

CAS Engineering & Cyber Security Programs Partner with Key Leaders

pltw_logo_finalWhat do nationally-recognized programs like Project Lead the Way, The Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation, The Science Foundation Arizona, and The US Air Force Association’s Cyber Patriot Program all have in common? CAS has partnered with all of them and is excited to provide the best in STEM education for Cochise County high school students. SFAZ

Visit our high school page here to learn more about our engineering and IT/cyber security programs for the 2014-15 school year.

CAS Engineering Program focuses on Tech, Real-World Solutions

CAS Center for Academic Success Engineering High School Students Charter School ArizonaWhat do cotton balls, rubber bands, a disposable diaper, and a Computer Aided Drawing (CAD) software all have in common? They have all featured in our high school’s Introduction to Engineering class in the last few weeks. Utilizing industry-standard CAD software, students in the class attempt to solve real-world problems with technology and available materials. The last “instant challenge” was a team solution to an oil spill. Read more about this program and our Project Lead the Way initiative by visiting our high school website.