Teachers create face shields on 3D printers
Monday, April 06, 2020
Douglas County teachers are stepping up to help health-care providers facing a shortage of protective gear by using high-tech tools to create needed products.
Career and Technical Education engineering teachers at Castle View High School, Legend High School, Mountain Vista High School and Rock Canyon High School are 3D-printing face shields and donating them to Sky Ridge Medical Center.
Kent Allison, an engineering teacher at Mountain Vista High School, said in a statement that people need to join together during the uncertain times caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.