Mr. Jerry Mumper

  • Welcome Message
     
    Dear Students and Families,
     
    Metal Fabrication is a Career and Technical (CTE) course that encourages learning valuable work and employable skills in the industry as students plan and make sheet metal and welding projects.  Projects made are tool totes, dust pans, peen hammers, mallets and hacksaws.  Students that repeat the course may plan and make their own projects or assist in ongoing community projects.  The course earns CTE credits as well as college credits for those earning a B or better.

    Technology Foundations is also a CTE course that can earn a Science credit while problem solving and learning the science of these hands-on projects.  Students make boomerangs, truss bridges and magnetic levitation vehicles.  In Tech 2, students make robotic arms and, in this past year, the cigar box electric guitar was introduced which has led to a new Guitar Manufacturing course.
     
    Courses
     
    Metals Fabrication
     
    Tech Foundations

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  • Jerry Mumper
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Mr. Jerry Mumper
    360.279.5807 
     
    Office Hours
    Monday-Friday
    by appointment