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Mt. Pleasant School District is a member of the TLC (Technology Learning Coop) which is a program under the consortium NESC (Northeast Education Services Coop).  The TLCs purpose is to rotate a variety of technology based equipment between the member schools.  This rotation enables schools to share expensive equipment that would otherwise be unaffordable to individual schools.  Rotating Modules include [VersaCAMM Printer/Cutters, Bio Tech Science Modules, Aviation/GPS Modules, Video Editing Equipment, Alternative Energy/Hydraulic Units, Laser Engravers, Embroidery Machines, 3D Printers, Dye Sublimation Printer/Press] plus many others not on the rotation that can be checked out.

The VersaCAMM is a 30-inch large-format inkjet printer/cutter which can produce vibrant graphics across a wide range of applications, including signs, banners, vehicle graphics and wraps, fine art posters, packaging prototypes, labels, decals, POP(PointOfPurchase) displays and apparel heat transfers.  The students learn how to design utilizing Corel Draw as the design software and operate the equipment.