Next up in showcasing different Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses in the district is the Woods 3 class. Mr. Meyers teaches the class.
In this hands-on class, students work as independent contractors constructing projects for customers throughout the school. From large cabinets for the band to shuffleboard for ASB, students spend time drawing and outlining the project before preparing a quote based on the material used.
After approving the quote, students begin constructing and building the
project. See the pictures below and read about each project. Project 1 -
You're looking at a design for a large cabinet that will hold all of the instruments for the band. First, the students used a CADD program and are now cutting out the materials. They currently have one of the five cabinets complete.Project 2
- These students recently designed a ShuffleBoard table that the ASB students will use. This project took a little extra time in the design phase since they didn't know much about the game of shuffleboard. Now, they're ready to begin the next phase of building!Project 3 -
These students collaborated with the metal department to create a sign for Trail Youth Coffee! They have another board to complete, before piecing them together with the metal sign.Project 4 -
Students are building a miter saw station that will be used in the class for future projects!
Project 5 - After finishing their materials list, parts, and an approved estimate, these students are ready to build shelves for the MSHS custodians!