Thanks to ProSpace and FCI Constructors, students at Grand Mesa Middle School have a state of the art resource for working with their hands.
ProSpace donated a ROVER MakerSpace unit to GMMS, 585 31 1/2 Road on Wednesday. The donation was underwritten by Shane Haas of FCI.
Helping to provide the unit, priced as high as nearly $8,100, served as a sort of homecoming for Haas, who was the project manager when Grand Mesa Middle School was built in 1997.
“I think this is going to help kids learn that working in trades is a viable career. College isn’t for everyone and it’s important for kids to learn that in middle school.” Haas said. “It’s everyone’s duty to give kids the opportunity to learn their paths.”