Senior puts laser focus on project to raise money for shop class

The high school shop class shapes more than wood, metal and other materials for a myriad of uses. It also shapes young minds and abilities to invest in the future. Kyle Hommel is a good example of that.

Hommel, 17, took what he has learned in shop and from his father to complete his senior project, which used his skills to raise money for his favorite class.

The idea for his project came from his father, Kyle Hommel Sr., when he created metal fish-themed sculptures using a plasma cutter to sell online.

"(My dad) gave me all the files to make all the stuff, and I did it in the school shop," Hom...

 

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