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Sitting at his computer at the head of class one recent morning, Zillah High School teacher Jeff Charbonneau navigates a computer program that allows him to design a shelf.
Zillah High School science and physics teacher Jeff Charbonneau explains a computer-based design program to his engineering class March 22, 2013 as Luis Medina, left, listens and Andy Zarate looks at the program displayed on the computer. “Charb,” as he called by his students, has won the regional and state teacher of the year awards and is a finalist for the national teacher of the year award. (GORDON KING/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Selecting images, the 35-year-old begins to draft 3-D plans for a shelf measuring about 6 inches long and 4 inches wide. His 14 students follow along on their computers, which are networked to his.
Next, he explains stress factors of the shelf’s design and asks how much weight should the shelf be able to support. (READ MORE…)
ZILLAH, Wash. — Zillah High School chemistry and physics teacher Jeff Charbonneau is one of four finalists for the National Teacher of the Year Award.
Charbonneau was named this year’s state Teacher of the Year by the state Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Regional Teacher of the Year by Educational Service District 105. (READ MORE…)
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A Washington powerlifter who once made a name for herself on the national stage is now making headlines for another reason.
Ali McWeeny of Ellensburg was once a force to be reckoned with in the world of weighlifting, but that all changed three years ago when she lost her left leg in a boating accident. (READ MORE…)