SPUSD Snapshot | High School Students Participate in Rose Bowl Bunk Build

Students from SPHS participated in a bunk build in order to help victims of the Camp Fire that was part of a series of wildfires last November in California

PHOTO: SPHS | SouthPasadenan.com News | (L-R): SPHS Students, Mason Parra and Colin Fitzpatrick help build bunk beds for victims of the Camp Fire at the Rose Bowl

On Tuesday, October 8, 2019, 32 students from South Pasadena High School – including SkillsUSA club members and woodworking students – spent the day at the Rose Bowl Stadium building 100 bunk beds for families displaced by the Camp Fire in Paradise, California.

Organizers assigned the students to stations where they performed assembly-line tasks such as sanding, staining, drilling and assembling the beds. Students worked alongside volunteer instructors with the goal of helping others while raising awareness of the skilled trades’ gap in California.

PHOTO: SPHS | SouthPasadenan.com News | South Pasadena High School woodworking students top left: River Muench, Finn McMillan and David Inak; top right: Jorge Campos and Ivan Becerra; bottom right: Colin Fitzpatrick and Julian Cabrera; bottom left: Mason Parra help build bunk beds for victims of the Camp Fire in Paradise, California

Follow the link to view a video montage of the day’s events HERE

Go Tigers!

 

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