Construction I, II, III
Available for Grades: 9th -- 12th
Occupational Education or Elective
Construction I -- Students learn hands on technique in foundations, floor systems, framing, and basic drafting techniques. Additionally, electrical systems and green building components are explored. Students will complete an OSHA 10 hours training program and be prepared for LEED certification.
Construction II & III -- Continue with hammer and nails to drive a valuable skill needed in the work force. This introduces knowledge of construction tools, materials, and techniques. Construction competencies and skills are taught and applied through lab projects. Skills in measuring, construction drawings, and construction applied through lab projects. Also, construction math will be emphasized to prepare students for the world of work. Cabinet making skills, window & door installation, and roofing systems are added to this level.
Available for Grades: 11th
Graduation Requirement: Occupational Education or Elective
This class functions in conjunction with Geometry to apply principals found in Math on the job site. Students build clocks, model framed/ sheetrocked corners, foundation models, drafting projects and storage sheds. Students will also complete OSHA 10 hour training and will learn fine carpentry skills.
College Credit: Tech Prep College Credit available: CARP 121 (16 credits) upon three year completion of Construction &/or Construction Math. These are provided through Grays Harbor College with successful completion of this class to any student recieving a "B" or better.