Rogers High School’s Architecture, Construction and Engineering class won first place in the Homeless Shelter Project at the 2017 CTE Showcase of Skills competition in Olympia on March 27. The tiny house was transported to Licton Springs in Seattle, where it is currently helping the homeless.
Rogers High School’s Architecture, Construction and Engineering class won first place in the Homeless Shelter Project at the 2017 CTE Showcase of Skills competition in Olympia on March 27. The tiny house was transported to Licton Springs in Seattle, where it is currently helping the homeless. Courtesy
Rogers High School’s Architecture, Construction and Engineering class won first place in the Homeless Shelter Project at the 2017 CTE Showcase of Skills competition in Olympia on March 27. The tiny house was transported to Licton Springs in Seattle, where it is currently helping the homeless. Courtesy

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