We are partnering with Temple Coffee Roasters and Ternero Olive Oil, two local businesses, to help raise critical funds for team travel for the 2020 spring season. The coffee is roasted fresh at the S Street location, and the olives are grown and processed here in California, so we are buying local and raising money for the team! The coffee and oil make great holiday gifts (or keep it for yourself), and are perfect for bringing as a hostess gift if you are visiting friends or family over the break.
For each 12 oz bag of coffee or 500 mL of olive oil sold, students will earn $8 toward the cost of team travel, 100% of the profit.
Orders for delivery on December 20, before the break, are due on Wednesday, December 18 at 4 PM. If you are flexible with the delivery date into the new year, we can place a second order, due on January 22 for delivery on the 24th.
Payment is due at the time of pick up. Checks should be written to Kennedy Robotics. We can also take online payments to the Paypal account (Kennedy Robotics), but be sure the person who orders provides the name of the student who sold the items.
If you have any questions about this fundraiser or the products offered, please contact Cindy Kazee at firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 916-207-8632. Fundraiser documents can be found by clicking the links below:
John F. Kennedy's Manufacturing and Design students took home the win at Project MFG's recent regional challenge at Sierra College in Rocklin. Sponsored by the Department of Defense, this annual competition brings local college and business teams together to showcase their manufacturing skills. This event required our students to perform 5-axis machining, TIG welding, and Computer Aided Manufacturing in a project unknown to the students prior to the event. Our very own Kennedy team is the first high school in history to win this event.
Our students worked long hours in preparation for the event which showcased a culmination of advanced skills obtained through MaD’s rigorous curriculum. Congratulations to Mr. Greene and students Franklin Huang, Kushal Nand and Jason Liu for all their hard work and dedication. Keep up the great work!