CTE Serves Community

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February is CTE month, this year ProStart students at Roy High made wonderful, colorful, tasty cookies that went out to all of the CTE Teachers in the district.

Woodshop students in Weber School District have built desks for online learners, view the whole story by Standard Examiner

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Wednesday, 16 December 2020 12:26

Donating Doll Cradles

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The family consumer club built doll cradles to donate to students in local elementary schools.

 

Sand Ridge Jr High students created homemade Christmas cards for residents at Sun Ridge assisted living center located in Roy, Utah as part of their unit on Child Development.

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Roy High School’s FFA Chapter Officers delivered poinsettias to the patients at Heritage Park Care Center in Roy on Thursday, December 10.
With a community focus, the students were happy to extend joy and holiday cheer to patients in their own neighborhoods, but this gift meant a little bit more because they were sharing mature poinsettias they had raised from seed since the beginning of the semester.
Students in Roy High’s Agricultural Department have been very busy all season growing, watering, and caring for the plants in their own greenhouse, which is situated on campus. With all the student hours put into growing the poinsettias, there is no doubt they were delivered to the care center with love.
The poinsettias have been placed around the facility adding to the holiday spirit for the patients and making a show of appreciation for the staff who are caring for individuals there.
Each year the Royal FFA greenhouse grows poinsettias as part of the agricultural class offerings to students, and then the plants are sold to the community at the end of November. Proceeds fund more agricultural learning opportunities for students. Find out more on their Facebook page @royalffagreenhouse.
Tuesday, 21 July 2020 17:05

3D Printed Masks for Healthcare Workers

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BILLINGS — Like medical professionals around the world, Montana neurosurgeon Dusty Richardson encountered a shortage of medical masks due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This widespread shortage puts healthcare providers at risk....

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Tuesday, 21 July 2020 17:00

FACS teachers 500 cloth masks

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WEBER COUNTY — Northern Utahns involved in efforts to make cloth masks en masse are now well-practiced at the task. And they’ve got some tips to make masks quickly and effectively — especially if you’re aiming to make a large number to donate to an organization in need.

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Tuesday, 14 July 2020 15:49

Roy Jr High students made of 50 Beanies

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Ms.Gill's FCCLA members and her Outdoor Sewing class made over 50 beanies for Lakeview Elementary students. Ms. Gill and her students walked to Lakeview and presented the beanies to the counselor and administration for them to give out to those in need.

Tuesday, 14 July 2020 15:49

Hosa Feeds 44 Families

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HOSA would like to thank everyone who was involved in the Thanksgiving Food Drive!! Thank you to Mr. Porter, Mr. McKinnon, Ms. Cude for helping collect donations! Thank you to our South Ogden Fresh Market and Macey's for allowing us to gather donations at their stores. Thank you to Julie Mattson and our counselors: Mrs. Davis, Ms. Fonseca, Mr. Hancock, Mr. Marcheschi!! Thank you to everyone who submitted names of families! Thank you to all the HOSA members, MAP students, FBLA, Anchor news, student body, and faculty members who helped sort, organize, and separate the food into all the food boxes. This was a 2 week event, and we had a LOT of support!! Collectively, BHS and HOSA were able to provide 44 families within the Bonneville High School community with a Thanksgiving meal last week!! THANK YOU!

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