Animas High seniors demonstrate learning in big ways

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Animas High seniors demonstrate learning in big ways

Students constructing a tiny house, solar car
Animas High School seniors Dylan Kroes, left and Domi Frideger discuss their progress Wednesday in building a solar car in the workshop at StoneAge Tools. They plan to have a roadworthy car in early June, just in time for the Solar Car Challenge that takes place in July.
Animas High School seniors, from left Derek Pansze, Connor Whitesell and Katie Austin, work on the framing of their tiny house project outside their school on Wednesday. All three students did research on different topics before joining up to build the house, which they plan to sell to benefit the school.
The floor plan for a 128-square-foot tiny house that is being built by Animas High School seniors Derek Pansze, Connor Whitesell and Katie Austin. The house also includes a loft for sleeping quarters.

Animas High seniors demonstrate learning in big ways

Animas High School seniors Dylan Kroes, left and Domi Frideger discuss their progress Wednesday in building a solar car in the workshop at StoneAge Tools. They plan to have a roadworthy car in early June, just in time for the Solar Car Challenge that takes place in July.
Animas High School seniors, from left Derek Pansze, Connor Whitesell and Katie Austin, work on the framing of their tiny house project outside their school on Wednesday. All three students did research on different topics before joining up to build the house, which they plan to sell to benefit the school.
The floor plan for a 128-square-foot tiny house that is being built by Animas High School seniors Derek Pansze, Connor Whitesell and Katie Austin. The house also includes a loft for sleeping quarters.
For more information

Team Energy Audacity will unveil its solar car from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday at Open Shutter Gallery, 735 Main Ave.
To learn more about the team or donate to help them get to the Solar Car Challenge in July, visit http://teamaudacity.weebly.com.
To learn more about the tiny house project or donate to help the Animas High School students finish their projects, visit http://ahstinyhome.weebly.com.

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