Country Day students help frontline medical personnel
Cincinnati Country Day sisters, eighth-grader Marley Handler and sophomore Marissa Handler of Loveland wanted to help frontline workers during the pandemic. They decided to use their 3-D printing skills, and enlisted the help of Upper School STEAM teacher and Makerspace coordinator Jamie Back, and the Country Day Makerspace, to print ear saver/strap extenders for medical personnel and caregivers in nursing homes and senior centers. They are now printing and delivering ear saver/strap extenders to several locations around Cincinnati.
Marissa Handler, left, and her sister Marley Handler, are shown with a batch of 3-D printed ear savers/strap extenders.