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Carpentry Students Build Pavilion in Ohio Park

November 14, 2011 11:11 AM | Ohio ACTE (Administrator)
The Cleveland (OH) Plain Dealer  (11/13, Holan) reported, "Jeff Busser, the career tech carpentry class instructor for Parma Senior High, Valley Forge and Normandy high schools found a ready and willing group of students to build a picnic pavilion at Radlick Park in Parma Heights." The Plain Dealer reported, "The Parma City School District received a $10,630 Lowe's Foundation Grant for the building of a new pavilion, and Busser's crew consisted of seniors completing their requirements for graduation." He "said that his carpentry class is always looking for projects in the community that meet the curriculum and skill levels of the students. For example, they can build garages, decks and additions."

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