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Project Description:
Subject to Change

The City View Discovery project seeks to do a Full Build Out of a  Stem Classroom. 

Site Managers:

Director: Samual Lavallee Site Managers:
Andrew Clarkin
Carson Reynolds
Andrew Burton
Thano Danas
Stephen McGovern
Max Kudinov


80 Prospect Street, Worcester, MA, USA

Start Time: 

April 13th at 10am

Welcome to Year 12:

City View Discovery School

Welcome to Build Day 2024, We are Excited to Have You Volunteer On Build Day! On this Page You Will Find Detailed Information About the Project, Including Building Instructions, Materials and Tools We Are Using. 


Volunteer Tasks and Assignments:

Below is a Detailed Overview of The Assignments on Build Day That Volunteers Will Do. 

Project Overview:

The initiative aims at a comprehensive setup of a STEM classroom, enhancing the learning environment with essential furniture and educational tools.

Project #1: Carrying Supplies

Activity Leader: [To Be Assigned]

Objective: Efficiently move all delivered supplies from outside the school into the STEM classroom.


  • Organize volunteers into teams for the efficient transportation of supplies.

  • Ensure careful handling of all materials to prevent damage.

Tools Needed: N/A

Volunteers Needed: All volunteers

Project #2: Build Chairs

Activity Leader: [To Be Assigned]

Objective: Assemble chairs and arrange them around the classroom tables.


  • Unbox the chairs and follow any assembly instructions (if assembly is required).

  • Position the chairs around the tables according to the classroom layout plan.

Tools Needed: None

Volunteers Needed: 12

Project #3: Build Stools

Activity Leader: [To Be Assigned]

Objective: Prepare stools for use around the VEX table.


  • Unpack stools and place them around the VEX table.

  • Ensure stools are stable and positioned for easy access and use.

Tools Needed: None

Volunteers Needed: 5

Project #4: Build Tables

Activity Leader: [To Be Assigned]

Objective: Assemble hexagonal tables for collaborative student workspaces.


  • Unbox table components and organize them by type.

  • Use screwdrivers to assemble tables according to the instructions.

  • Arrange the tables in the designated classroom layout.

Tools Needed: Screwdriver (12 required)

Volunteers Needed: 12

Project #5: Rearranging STEM Supplies

Activity Leader: [To Be Assigned]

Objective: Organize and label STEM supplies for efficient storage and accessibility.


  • Sort large totes of supplies according to category.

  • Label new storage containers and distribute supplies accordingly.

  • Ensure all items are easily accessible for both teachers and students.

Tools Needed: Label Maker

Volunteers Needed: 5

Project #6: Assembly of Teacher’s Area

Activity Leader: [To Be Assigned]

Objective: Create a functional and organized teacher's area with necessary furniture.


  • Assemble the teacher's tables and high chairs, following any provided instructions.

  • Arrange the furniture to optimize the teacher's classroom management and interaction with students.

Tools Needed: Screwdriver (4 required)

Volunteers Needed: 4

Volunteer Management

Activity Leader(s): [To Be Assigned]

Pre-Build Day & Build Day:

  • Parking Situation: Adequate parking available in the lot in front of the school.

  • Volunteer Transport: Encourage carpooling to maximize parking availability and reduce environmental impact.

Additional Preparations:
  • Ensure the carpet is cleaned a day or two before the build day.

  • Schedule the last site drop-off for furniture in the cafeteria.

  • Plan for assembly and setup to occur within the cafeteria before moving items to the STEM classroom.

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