Mr. Toelle - HS Woodshop

Onekama Industrial Technology Award 2014 

       The Paul Foster memorial student of the year in Industrial Technology at Onekama High School goes to senior co recipients Dallas Hearit a second year and Kaitlin Kubiskey a third year woods student . The award is given each year to the student that demonstrates independence, citizenship, work ethic and craftsmanship in the field of wood working. Both seniors were enrolled in college classes which limited their lab time. Twenty five minutes a day was the maximum time they could get out of their 4th hour class period before they left for WSCC.  It is only fitting this annual award be dedicated in honor of students whose love and passion for woods is constant through out the academic year.

        Dallas is pictured with a porch swing he designed and built for his parents 14th anniversary. 
        Kaitlin is pictured with her end table and drawer, which she designed and build this year.

Ethan Hunt and Braden Hagen (above) produced these storage benches 2nd semester.

Above Alexa Welch is shown with the coffee table she made.  Jessica Nickelsen made a book shelf.

  Courtney LeSarge is shown (above) with her 
  computer table.  (second semester)

Lukas Belovsky (to the right) made this  
TV Stand. (second semester)

 First Marking Period Projects:  Sydney Arendt, Shania Sedlar, Jordan Lovell 
show Cutting Board they made in Wood Shop

        The  Regional 13 MITES competition was held at Fremont High School on April 25th and 26th. Foreign Exchange students received honor for  their heart jewelry box projects.From left to right are: 
Desi Parks 6th place; Xianghui Li Honorable Mention; Vanessa Van Eyckels Honorable Mention.

 Penny Check Box and Heart Jewelry Box

Vanessa VanEyckels 
and Dessi Park with their tables
Subpages (1): More Woodwork Production
Barbara Eldridge,
Nov 3, 2013, 1:43 PM
Barbara Eldridge,
Nov 3, 2013, 1:43 PM