Providing real world relevance for our students makes learning meaningful. Through a simple interaction between three teachers in two different schools, Cawley students experienced real world relevance and Underhill students gained some sitting space!
Mrs. Noboa was looking for different seating opportunities for her students. She approached Mr. Trimmer at Cawley to see if his students could help create seats from donated milk crates. Mr. Trimmer’s industrial technology class and Mrs. Olsen’s family and consumer science classes collaborated together to create six unique seats for Mrs. Noboa’s second grade classroom. These seats will allow students an opportunity for comfortable sitting while using the classroom computers. Through the generous donations of parents and left over materials from other designs, this project was provided for free.