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Woodworking builds corn hole games: Photo of the Day 5/24/17

Mashello Arevalo works on a project.

Mashello Arevalo works on a project.

Matthew Gelhard

Matthew Gelhard

Mashello Arevalo works on a project.

by Matthew Gelhard, Reporter

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The arts courses held at Linganore are the birth of many exotic pieces, full of creativity. Paintings, ceramics, you name it and a student can create it. However, art doesn’t always have to be created with a paintbrush, it can also be created with a hacksaw. Woodworking is part of the Technical Education Department but many beautiful works are born in that classroom.

Mr. Adam Rudderow, the instructor of this class has had experience in this field for many years but this is his first year teaching at LHS.

“My favorite part about teaching the class is to teach the kids the basics of the class and then what creations come out of this classroom,” said Rudderow.

Students work on many projects in this class like coat racks, tables and chairs to corn hole, cutting boards, and other fun pieces. The students use their hands on instruction and complete these tasks. Using different tools and techniques they are taught influences the finished product.

Sophomore Marshello Arevalo said, “I enjoy the hands on learning environment. I really enjoy using my ideas to influence my work.”

Students learn to be very meticulous with their work, and also to be safe while doing it. Using these skills in this classroom can be carried with them out of the classroom.

“The lessons that we are taught in this classroom we connected and use in real life situations,” said Sean Adams.

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Woodworking builds corn hole games: Photo of the Day 5/24/17