Carpentry Program Creates Campus Improvements to Build School Pride

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Carpentry Program Creates Campus Improvements to Build School Pride

Julianna Ortiz

Julianna Ortiz

Julianna Ortiz

Emily Dietz, Senior

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Have you driven down Stemmers Run Road lately? If so, there’s no missing the impressive Hollywood style sign announcing Kenwood High’s campus.

Kenwood High School has had a carpentry program for years, but Walter Randolph Tolj has taken teaching the program to impressive new heights the past three years. He taught on and off at other schools before he came to Kenwood. Since he’s been here, he and his carpentry students have built the Kenwood Hollywood Sign that now graces the front of the school building, built picnic tables outside by the cafeteria for students to use during lunch, and have fixed the concession stand roof.

 

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