"To do is to learn" describes recent project by CHS students at the Wildlife Museum

 

April 3, 2024

A group of Chinook High students in an Ag Design class recently helped the manager at the Wildlife Museum reconfigure the museum's office to allow for a new scanner and more storage for files. It was a demonstration of how folks in a small community can work together to solve a problem. The four students pictured here were part of the six who worked a part of three days on the project.

A group of Chinook High students in the Ag Design class recently were able to apply what they learned to a real-life situation. While some of their classmates were on the annual "DC Trip" sponsored by the school, six students spent a part of three days completing a project that will help the folks managing the local Wildlife Museum.

Wildlife Museum Board Member Vicki Hofeldt heard the museum needed some different equipment in the museum's office to accommodate a new scanner. Vicki approached Wildlife Museum Manager Dawn Colby and CHS Ag and Shop Teacher Mitzi Cecrle to see if there was a way t...



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