The great hall was standing room only and you could hear a pindrop as Wanda M. Holland Greene revealed the new space by cutting the ribbon and opening the doors, inviting parents to experience the space and tools their daughters will use as they build their dreams while bettering our world.
The physical shift in space marks a larger pedagogical shift that has happened at Hamlin. We are no longer coming to school to “get information” instead girls come to Hamlin to learn how they can use information to meet the challenges of their time.
The tech team thanks parents, trustees and school administration. We know they see the Riveter Lab as we see it – a place where Hamlin girls can take their dreams … and build them.
Stop Motion capture from inside the Riveter Lab: