Green Mountain High School begins constructing its house

The school's Geomemtry in Construction program is building a house.

Posted 11/2/18

Students and teachers at Green Mountain High School began the process of constructing a house for a local family in need. One part of the program is geometry, and students apply those geometry skills …

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Green Mountain High School begins constructing its house

The school's Geomemtry in Construction program is building a house.

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Students and teachers involved in the Geometry in Counstruction program at Green Mountain High School began the process of constructing a house for a local family in need. One part of the program is geometry, and students apply those geometry skills toward constructing the house. It recently won the Succeeds Prize 2018 for Excellence in Education Innovation, an award that recognizes Colorado public schools and educators who work toward student success. The program was originally started by Scott Burke at Loveland High School. Today, Burke works as the Green Mountain's construction teacher.

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