04/11/2018 07:00 a.m. EST
Sometimes, it’s something small that starts something big. For Juliet Goraieb, the library media specialist at East Haven High School, it started with a keychain.
Goraieb has worked on a variety of projects with numerous kids at the high school, including John Mills, Lamont Crenshaw, Tarhan Pierce, Mahmoud Hosney, Colleen Hanlon, Colin Hutchinson, Seth Proto, and Ryan Spano.
Some of her kids, it occurred to her one day, would easily be able to find their names at those little stands where you can buy keychains with your name on it.
Others would not.
No problem, she thought. It would be easy enough to create them in the high school’s makerspace.
The maker space is where students share tools, ranging from 3D printers to sewing machines, and tips while learning and…