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​​Technology Department | 2017–2018


Name ​Phone ​Email
​Ben Lindemann, coordinator ​720.747.3449 blindemann@cherrycreekschools.org
Tina Armijo​720.747.3929tarmijo@cherrycreekschools.org
Antoinette Gifford
​720.747.3483agifford6@cherrycreekschools.org
​Debbie Gregg ​720.747.3482 dgregg2@cherrycreekschools.org
Tyson Hurley​720.747.3730thurley@cherrycreekschools.org
​Kate McDonnell ​720.747.3470 kmcdonnell2@cherrycreekschools.org
​Charles Pearl720.747.3472cpearl2@cherrycreekschools.org
​Mitchell Sedlmayr720.747.3444msedlmayr@cherrycreekschools.org
Sue Singh​720.747.3842ssingh7@cherrycreekschools.org
​Joe Suchman ​303.564.6272 ​jsuchman@cherrycreekschools.org
Larry Wilkenson​720.747.3849lwilkenson@cherrycreekschools.org
 

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 Department Clubs

Robotics

The Robotics Club will meet regularly for two separate seasons during the school year.  We will meet to plan, design, and fabricate a robot to compete in the Colorado BEST Competition​ in the fall and the larger-scale FIRST robotics competition in January.  Students will be exposed to engineering design practices, problem solving, fabrication techniques, and programming as well as the softer details of marketing, project management, and fundraising.  If you ​are interested, please see Ms. McDonnell in IFAC 104.

SKILLS Club

The SKILLS club gives students a chance to learn and practice employability skills. Students have an opportunity for more than one million dollars in scholarships and compete with other students at the district, state and national level. SKILLS members make contacts and have networking opportunities with local businesses that lead to employment.


TSA (Technology Student Association)

This club is for students interested in the following topics:  Architectural Model, Biotechnology Design, CAD, Construction Renovation, Desktop Publishing, Digital Video Production, Cyber Patriot, Dragster Design, Engineering Design, Fashion Design, Flight Endurance, Manufacturing Prototype, Music Production, On Demand Video, Photographic Technology, Structural Engineering, System Control Technology, Transportation Modeling, TSA VEX Robotics, Video Game Design, and Webmaster.

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