SEATech Students Win Creativity Award
WHS junior Chris Philbook appreciated the opportunity to help the homeless
WHS senior Chris Philbrook (center) poses with representative Terry Nealy (center right) and his teammates following the micro house Competiion in Olympia on March 27.
WAITSBURG – Waitsburg High School junior Chris Philbrook enrolled in the Walla Walla Southeast Area Technical Skills Center's (SEATech) construction technology program because he wanted to take advantage of a hands-on learning opportunity. The school year has provided him with plenty of practical construction experience as well as the unexpected opportunity to be part of an award-winning team in a micro house-building contest.
SEATech students received the "Most Unique" award in the statewide "Showcase of Skills Homeless Shelter Project" competition in Olympia on March 27. Twenty schools...
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