On April 24, carpentry students in the Frontier Builders program started their day early to move three future teacher houses.
All three houses were built entirely by Frontier students who receive high school credits with the possibility of a 1st level apprenticeship through the carpentry arm of Frontier School Division's Technical Vocational program.
These three homes, built for Snow Lake and Norway House, are the 28th, 29th and 30th builds by Frontier Builders!
All the students were eager to learn what it was like to work on a real construction site. Their success was noted by the building mover who said, “I would hire a number of your students if I lived in the north. I like coming here. Your students always have smiles and work hard."
Fantastic work, Frontier Builders! What an engaged group of students showing their excellence in education.