When students of Technology Education teacher, Mr. Andy Meyer, challenged him to a friendly, holiday themed competition he quickly obliged. The challenge: to task students to create a holiday themed scene to be displayed on a door or designated wall area that also allows visibility to the classroom. The project not only let students showcase their creative side but also reinforced project-management skills such as design and calculation, compiling a materials lists, and beginning production. "Whether that project be in life, the classroom, or even a friendly competition, the planning steps are still important," stated Mr. Meyer. Congrats to all involved in this creative learning project!
 
Pictured is one of the projects on display in the Tech Ed wing. The winning project will be selected by Art Teacher Mrs. Tia Brown. In addition to having some holiday fun, the winner will also receive Christmas cookies courtesy of the other contestants!

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