CTE students assist Victory Early Childhood Center.

April 25, 2016

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west_shore_esd_victory_cteBy Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief.

VICTORY TOWNSHIP — Students from the West Shore Educational Service District’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) building trades classes have been helping out Mason County Central’s Victory Early Childhood Development Center on Stiles Road. The building trade students are constructing an outdoor learning shelter along with a raised garden bed. The two facilities, along with a soon-to-be-built tricycle track, were made possible from a donation from a woman who once attended the school when it was an elementary.

Students from seven area high schools have been part of the project. Instructor Aaron Tarsa said it’s been a great learning opportunity for the students because they get hands-on lessons on an actual job site. The students were part of the design project and worked with Angela Taylor, the school’s administrator, to find out her vision for it, just like they would with a paying customer in the working world, Tarsa said.

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