Winter, Spring, & Summer 2014
6 boats, 9 projects, 125 kids
- Farmington View Elementary School: Integrating math, science, design and engineering, 36 5th graders rotate through three activity centers during this in-school ten week program.
- Merlo Station High School: working in the Aloha High School wood shop, 9 juniors and seniors spent 14 weeks building the Arch Davis designed Penobscot 13 while earning math and applied arts credits.
- Self Enhancement Inc.: Two after school STEM programs over winter and spring engaged 25 students in building their own scale model Bevin’s Skiffs, applying math, learning design, and practicing patience!
-SW Charter School: 7th & 8th grade after school project build the Bevin's Skiff in Wind & Oar's shop.
- Cascade Heights Public Charter School: In this for-credit, advanced math class, middle school students applied math and physics concepts to boat design and model building.
- Self Enhancement Inc.: Meeting at our shop during the warm days of July, ten high school students from Jefferson and Grant, including three returnees from the 2013 build, constructed the Arch Davis designed Sand Dollar, an 11 foot sailboat, in 5 weeks.
Jackson M.S. SUN program: 16 students build Seraphina
Stephens’ Creek Crossing: 10 resident youngsters, ages 9-14, build South Star
The joy of crafting a wooden boat was capped for each group at separate launchings on the Willamette River.