Students present manufactured items to WIN group
On Feb. 7, Wautoma High School students enrolled in Tamara Wheaton’s Applied English and Mathematics course presented to members of the Waushara Interactive Networking (WIN) group. Within Applied English and Mathematics, students develop and apply content knowledge and establish employability skills through the design, marketing, production, and sales of products and services using sublimation printers, heat presses, vinyl cutters, vinyl printers, laser engravers, and CNC machines. During the visit by the WIN group, students demonstrated how to transfer an image to a t-shirt, provided explanations on the use of each piece of equipment, and highlighted many of the products they have manufactured including t-shirts, can koozies, vinyl banners, cribbage boards, magnetic name tags, mugs, and much more. The Wautoma Area School District appreciated the opportunity to collaborate with the WIN group to provide this unique opportunity for students to share their learning. The Waushara Interactive Networking (WIN) group is a sub-group of the Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce that exchanges referrals, ideas, and information through fellowship of members of diverse professions. They group meets the first and third Friday of each month at 7:45 a.m. at the CAPsell Building, Wautoma. Pictured are Analysa Golesh, Autumn Bartels, Devon Deleon, Adison Threkeld-Davis, Cheyenne Smith, Tamara Wheaton, Linda Freudenthal, Cathy Favelle, Kevin Baker, Chelsie Bohler, Debbie Placek, Steve Placek, Sierra Steuerwald, and Gary LeBouton.