Service-Learning at Franklin School of Innovation = H4H

Service-Learning at Franklin School of Innovation = H4H

On Thursday, 10.20.2016, six eleventh grade Franklin scholars and I spent a blackberry summer day as CREW to hammer the first nails into our Shiloh Community Habitat for Humanity student-built home, alongside Heidi Chambers, our partner family Mom, who will inhabit this house in 2017!

We learned to value: high quality work/craftspersonship,  the importance of chemistry in understanding and assessing the danger/presence of Radon, the significance of square corners, geometry, measurement, physical fitness, collaboration, safety, hydration, and the essential element of teamwork in completing a complex goal.

This link should take you to the wall raising photos from yesterday. our second day of Franklin student building.

 

https://www.flickr.com/photos/ashevilleareahabitat/sets/72157672220163684

 

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