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Feb 262014
 
Photo courtesy of Winslow High School Students in Winslow High School’s Applied Biological Systems classes have taken on several projects this semester to learn about the uses of concrete. One project involved the students building their own stepping-stones and after that project was complete, the students repaired a portion of the sidewalk on the campus. Instructor Daniel Tafoya (left) shows Brandon Sedillo (holding shovel) and other students how to work with the concrete on the sidewalk project. The students then went to the Hardy farm, where they completed two larger pours, one for any area to wash animals down and the other, a driveway.

Photo courtesy of Winslow High School
Students in Winslow High School’s Applied Biological Systems classes have taken on several projects this semester to learn about the uses of concrete. One project involved the students building their own stepping-stones and after that project was complete, the students repaired a portion of the sidewalk on the campus. Instructor Daniel Tafoya (left) shows Brandon Sedillo (holding shovel) and other students how to work with the concrete on the sidewalk project. The students then went to the Hardy farm, where they completed two larger pours, one for any area to wash animals down and the other, a driveway.

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