Students help build carpentry classroom at Oregon school

July 23, 2007
Marshfield High School in Coos Bay, Ore., will end up with 3,600-square-foot space.

The Coos Bay (Ore.) district is building a new carpentry classroom on the campus of Marshfield High School. Most of the work on the 3,600-square-foot classroom will be done during the school year by students in the school's carpentry classes. The building is expected to be finished before the end of the 2007-08 school year. The architect is HGE.

To read The Coos Bay World article, click here.

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