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By Dan Rudy 

High school seniors present final projects


Dan Rudy/ Wrangell Sentinel

Malachi Cole and Justus Mikkelsen stand with the bench they created for their senior project, using Wrangell High School's new CNC router at the wood shop.

Wrangell's senior class showcased its various projects May 6 inside the high school commons. Parents, faculty, students and community members mingled between booths and displays as the seniors explained what tasks they had taken on for their requisite service project.

"There's just so much diversity in what they do," said secondary schools principal Colter Barnes. "I love the diversity; I like the service behind it. And it's a nice time for the seniors to showcase their talents."

Students set to graduate are required to adopt a task or service project as part of their senior-year curriculu...

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