Our students’ innovative work can help change lives for children across the world.
Students in Molly Graham’s CIW Internet Business Associate class at Northshore High, along with Addie’s Angels, are collaborating on the research, development, and creation of 3D printed prosthetic hands for children in third-world countries. Addie’s Angels, a non-profit organization benefitting children who have lost the use of one or more limbs or have limb abnormalities, loaned six 3D printers to Mrs. Graham’s class.
“Northshore High and Addie’s Angels partnering together to impact someone else in their community is what education is all about,” NHS Assistant Principal Bill Gallagher said. “Mrs. Graham and these students are doing work that will change lives.”
Addie’s Angels, founded by Gallagher and his wife, Whispering Forest Elementary teacher Amiee Gallagher, is named after their 9-year-old daughter Addison who was born with Amniotic Band Syndrome (ABS) which prevented the development of her left arm.
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