SHHS business teacher tools up for new CTE classes


June 13, 2018

SENIOR BRADY NEWPORT and teacher Ammon Mills crack open a crate contaning a new laser cutter and engraver.

Sweet Home High School students are filling classes for next school year that will allow them to work on products from design through production.

Business teacher Ammon Mills has taken delivery of a new laser cutter and a new 9-foot printer, along with new computer monitors, to start a new career and technical education program. The district has ordered new computers and desks for the program.

The district is funding the new equipment with Measure 98 funds. Voters approved the measure in November 2016, directing funding to programs that improve progress toward graduation beginning with th...

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