Although the Woodshop/makerspace is no longer Geo’s classroom, these photos give an historic presentation.
The rooms know at Tam High as the Woodshop/Makerspace comprise 4000 square feet chock full of supplies and equipment. The slide show below inlcudes facilities for woodworking as well as non-wood working maker activities. There is a lot of overlap.
Tam High students used different areas and equipment depending on which course they were taking. These courses included Construction Technology, Introduction to Engineering Design, Architectural Design and Art Exploration. In addition, some students came in independently of courses during tutorial period, after school, and at lunch time to work on personal projects or projects related to their other course work.
Adults used the facilities in woodworking classes offered through the TUHSD Community Education Program.