Wednesday, September 3, 2008

HCHS Students Progress Habitat Build

Senior student Jessica Bruce, daughter of Sheila Bruce, and instructor Brad Moyes discuss progress on decking the roof of the Habitat house under construction at 716 Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave. by Construction Technology students from Henderson County High School. Ms. Bruce has been enrolled in the program for three years and intends to pursue a construction management degree and career after graduating next spring. As one of the senior students on the project, she provides leadership and experience to assist Mr. Moyes with the younger students.

Enrolled in the Construction Class and working on the Habitat house with Jessica are:

Steven Billings

Robert Blanford

James Montgomery

Warren Snyder

Jessica Spainhoward

Brandon Agnew

Caleb Butler

Mitchell Corpe

Alec Cullins

Caleb Dance

Kent Dossett

Joey Floyd

Tyler Fulcher

Daniel Glass

Dillon Goldsberry

John Goodson

Raymond Green

James Griffin

Daniel Holder

Michael Lambert

Sean mcGruder

Cody Morris

Gary Onan

Taylor Stone

Cody White

Robert Wilson

Timothy Wishon

Bradd Burris

Robert Monsen

George Proctor

Michael Salup

Zachary Williams

Jordan Willoughby

William Wortman

The High School students will continue to work on the house until completion, gaining experience framing, roofing, siding, insulating, painting, triming out and landscaping the house being built in partnership with Connie Madole.

1 comment:

Brad Moyes said...

I am very proud of the quality of work and progress being produced by the HCHS Carpentry classes. The students are not only learning to build a house, but also how to help others in their own community.
We are very excited to have the opportunity to work with Henderson Habitat and rhe family of Connie Madole.