The assistant principal behind the homemade teleprompter has rolled out—literally—his latest cost-savings DIY project.
Introducing the homemade laptop cart!
The laptop cart—which was built from all repurposed materials, including an unused faculty mailbox station, an old computer cart, and extra power strips—can store up to twenty-four laptops and is complete with a built-in charging station.
Here are the top three reasons why this project is great:
- Purchased new, laptop carts can cost upward of $1,500. This laptop cart cost Mr. Yagoda about thirty minutes of his time.
- The laptop cart not only reclaims unused materials, it prevents the necessity of new materials being produced, thereby making it an example of environmental stewardship.
- This laptop cart is a highly visible and very practical example of creative problem solving for our students. It demonstrates how need combined with ingenuity and some experimentation can result in a workable solution.
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