Wrangell Sentinel -

By Dan Rudy 

Senior projects giving back to community in different ways

 

Dan Rudy/ Wrangell Sentinel

Wrangell seniors Sam Armstrong, Garrett Miller and Dawson Miller display part of their graduation project, one of the three benches they fabricated for the future mariners memorial overlooking Heritage Harbor.

Senior students at Wrangell High School presented their end-of-year projects for parents, faculty and other passersby last week at the school gym.

Twenty-four members of this year's graduating class worked on a variety of assignments to meet their core requirements. School activities director Bill Bradley explained the projects are self-driven, and encourage students to give back to the community as best they can. Projects are at least 25 hours each, which can be difficult to arrange when fitting them in with other priorities.

"With their busy schedule, getting something in like this is dif...



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