Sikorsky Aircraft lands at Derynoski School

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Representatives from Sikorsky Aircraft tried to inspire young engineers at Derynoski Elementary School on Wednesday, Feb. 4. The hands-on program for students in kindergarten through grade 5 ran throughout the day.

Photos by TAMMI NAUDUS

Process Engineer Rick DiMauro demonstrates a wind tunnel for Gavin Anderson, left, and Ben Gorr, right, in the school auditorium.

Process Engineer Rick DiMauro demonstrates a wind tunnel for Gavin Anderson, left, and Ben Gorr, right, in the school auditorium.

Students can't wait to test their wind tunnel projects.

Students can’t wait to test their wind tunnel projects.

Ryan Teixeira makes an air foil to be used in the wind tunnel.

Ryan Teixeira makes an air foil to be used in the wind tunnel.

Sikorsky pilot Keith Harper gives a presentation before the hands-on segment.

Sikorsky pilot Keith Harper gives a presentation before the hands-on segment.

Kate Casey-Loban, from the International Military Department of Sikorsky, works with Shanice Lurry, Thomas Sagnella, and Noah Babik.

Kate Casey-Loban, from the International Military Department of Sikorsky, works with Shanice Lurry, Thomas Sagnella, and Noah Babik.

Kate Casey prepares Christina Demchars' fifth grade class.

Kate Casey prepares Christina Demchars’ fifth grade class.

Sikorsky engineer Sean McGuinness welcomes the students.

Sikorsky engineer Sean McGuinness welcomes the students.

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