TALIHINA–The Environmental and Spatial Technology class (EAST) at the Kiamichi Technology Centers-Talihina campus, accomplished a huge project for the Honobia Bigfoot Festival which will take place on Friday and Saturday.
The students’ work includes: 5–20″ x 30″ photo posters, 16–directional signs ranging from 12″ x 12″ to 30″ x 40″, all will be mounted on foam board, 1–42″ x 63″ posters, 25–24″ x 36″ posters, 500—flyers, 3,000 programs with map of festival venue, and 30–3D printed Bigfoot keychains.
All of these projects were designed and printed in the EAST classroom at KTC-Talihina. They began their projects on Sept. 7 and completed their projects and delivered them by Oct. 2.
The students are only at KTC for half a day and some are in an additional math or science class while attending the KTC Talihina campus.
The students, Logan Freeland, Mark Munoz, Echo Merryman, Brianna Bowman and Laura Fischer, who all attend Talihina High School, have shown work ethic and teamwork in order to complete the job for their client, the Honobia Bigfoot Organization.
The EAST facilitator is Peggy Faulkner and teaching assistant is Clay King.
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