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Attention: The Summer Meal Program has been extended another week.  Food will be available next week on August 12th. 

Also, Virtual School enrollment for the 2020-2021 school year ends on August 8th at 4:00pm.

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Students return to school on September 8th, 2020.

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Carpentry
CTE Simulated Workplace Company: Rebel Construction

Instructor: Eric Crum

Program of Studies: 
Engineering/Technical

Four Required Core Courses:
Fundamentals of Building Construction(1827) 
Foundation and Framing (1825) 
Masonry and Plumbing (1829) 
Finishing Carpentry (
1823) 

Carpentry in the News

*Tolsia High School Press Release*

Date: March 5th, 2020

From: Mr. Ric Morrone, Tolsia High CTE Administrator

TOLSIA HIGH CARPENTRY STUDENTS LENDING A HELPING HAND

Tolsia High School Carpentry Students led by Instructor Eric Crum have been working on a project recently involving the “Tiny Homes” Initiative.  The project is in conjunction with the Project Lead the Way Program at Wayne High School.  The groups are working together to design and build homes for individuals at Stepping Stones Group home in Wayne County.  These homes are for those individuals that are transitioning out of the Stepping Stones Program due to their age.  However, they are still in need of support during the transition period.

The Tolsia High Carpentry Program has partnered with the other groups to complete the construction of the homes.  These homes were designed by the Project Lead the Way Program at Wayne High.  Mr. Eric Crum, Tolsia Carpentry Instructor said, “This is a great experience for our students to personally use a lot of the things we learn in our classes.  It is a wonderful cause and the project is a great way for them to give back to the community and those in need.  I want to thank our Representatives and the Wayne County School system for making this possible.  We at Tolsia High continue to work to prepare our students to be productive citizens when leaving our school.”

If you need any more information regarding the Tolsia High Student Carpentry Program contact Mr. Eric Crum, Tolsia High Instructor at (304) 648-5566.

9th Grade Career Awareness

The 9th grade students rotate through all of the career-technical programs at Tolsia High on a 3-week schedule. Mr. Crum's class constructed a beautiful picnic table as a learning project while participating in the Carpentry class. The 9th grade rotations provide quality career awareness opportunity for all 9th grade students at Tolsia High.