• Woodworking

    All classes fill the Career-Technical Education graduation requirement. 

     

     

    Classes

     

    Woodworking I
    Teaches the use of hand tools in the procedures of cutting common wood joints. Safety practices in the use of the hand held and stationary power equipment is enforced. Students construct teacher prescribed and individual woodworking projects.

    Exploring Woodworking
    Teaches use of hand tools in the procedures of cutting common wood joints. Safety practices in the use of hand held and stationary power equipment is enforced. Students construct teacher prescribed and individual woodworking projects. Emphasis will be placed on basic skills, small group instruction, and/or individualized attention.   

    Woodworking II
    Assumes basic knowledge of hand tool use, and power equipment safety procedures, and operation, and individual projects of a higher level of advancement and proficiency are constructed. Career opportunities in woodworking are presented. Prerequisite: Woodworking I

    Woodworking III
     
    Assumes basic knowledge of hand tool use, and power equipment safety procedures, and operation, and individual projects of a higher level of advancement and proficiency are constructed. Career opportunities in woodworking are presented. Prerequisite: Woodworking I
     

    Teachers

    Mr. Michael Condurso
    Woodworking II

    Mr. Charles Markovitz
    Woodworking I
    Exploring Woodworking