Wood Shop Students at Work


Onekama teacher Rex Toelle assists seventh grader Moriah Fowler during wood shop.

BUILDING LEARNERS

Onekama Wood Shop Students At Work

 

Students in Rex Toelle’s wood shop class at Onekama Middle School are hard at work on their latest creations. The nine-week exploratory course consists of students in sixth, seventh, and eighth grades. This school year, students in wood shop are building dime bank/gumball machines.

 

The introductory course is designed to give the students a broad variety of hands-on experiences in the field of woodworking.  

 

“I enjoy shop class because we get a chance to be out of our desks and use tools to make cool things,” commented seventh grader Sam Corey. “Mr. Toelle explains how to make things step-by-step so everyone can be successful.”

Eighth graders Jackson Gutowski and Matthew Mallison discuss the next 
steps in their project.
A completed dime bank/ gumball machine by Onekama eighth grader 
Lucas Mauntler
The introductory course is designed to give the students a broad variety of hands-on experiences in the field.
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