Hemet students partner with Home Depot for hands-on learning solutions

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Cassidy Steenbock, Career Technical Education instructor at Hemet High School, holds a bird feeder that students enrolled in “Introduction to Agricultural Mechanics” built during a hands-on construction project. Supplies were provided in partnership with the Home Depot in Hemet. Valley News/Courtesy photo
HEMET – Cassidy Steenbock, Career Technical Education instructor at Hemet High School, found a way to engage students enrolled in “Introduction to Agricultural Mechanics” with a hands-on bird feeder construction project administered in partnership with the Home Depot in Hemet. The entire assignment was completed at no-cost to students, thanks to the support of the Home Depot in Hemet which donated many of the supplies. To ensure student safety, Steenbock utilized classroom equipment to cut and prepare the materials before coordinating student pickup of supplies. “Teachers at Hemet Unified continue to be proactive about seeking creative solutions to enrich the online learning experience for students and families,” superintendent Christi Barrett said. “It’s projects like
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