Western industrial classes finish projects

Western industrial classes finish projects

In eighth grade, most students are required to take an elective called Western Industrial. Western Industrial is an American History class that focuses on the years of 1866  to 1900. In  Gary Davis’ class, all of the students are currently working on a project. The students are drawing and coloring a poster.

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Eighth grade students Kaila Clawson, Nicholas Fink and Alexis Finnegan work on their drawings. All of the students were drawing and coloring their projects.
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Eighth grade students Tye Soult and Taylor Weathersbee work on their projects. Soult continued to draw his project.
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Students Taylor Weathersbee and Hunter Wilson color their projects. Weathersbee’s project is almost completed.
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This is an extra credit project that is available in Mr. Church’s room. Students complete these projects on their own time and turn them in.
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These are projects completed by students in the past years. These projects were hung all over the bored.
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Student Vaughan Shaffer works to make her project. Shaffer used all of her resources to make her project amazing.
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Eighth grade student Tyler Wagner continues to work on his project. After Wagner was done drawing he began to color and add details.
Photo by Joanne Pringle