Wrangell Sentinel -

By Dan Rudy 

New tech, new tools for Wolf Fabrication


Dan Rudy/ Wrangell Sentinel

Supervised by teacher Drew Larrabee, student Dawson Miller files a joint for the first beam of Wolf Fabrication's greenhouse project. The high school program will construct a new greenhouse for Evergreen Elementary, to be used by its garden program.

The workshop at Wrangell High School is humming, hammering and making all sorts of noise as students in the various fabrications classes work on a number of projects.

Under the Wolf Fabrication umbrella, students of industrial technologies teacher Drew Larrabee have been learning to use a widening array of tools on and off campus.

The humming comes from the new tech room, which Larrabee and the school's

technology department set up inside the high school's old computer lab. The dust from the shop and the lack of space ultimately prompted Larrabee to move the program's half-dozen computers...

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