They designed it. They planned it. They built it.
And after months of hard work, students unveiled their new sign in an Oct. 8 ceremony at the Lorain County JVS in Pittsfield Township.
“This project means a lot to me, my class, and this school and hopefully will mean a lot to the community as well,” said Josh Newman, a senior in the masonry trades program.
Students from a number of JVS disciplines had a hand in the project: carpentry, industrial electricity, landscape and greenhouse management, masonry, Web and graphic design, collision repair, and the Career Connections Academy.
Jeff Couch of Star Builders took part in a ribbon-cutting for the installation. Star Builders was involved with the project from the very beginning.
“It is an amazing and beautiful sign,” said Couch. “Every day when I drive by it, I will be reminded of the participation we had in it and will remember the whole experience for many years to come.”
At the conclusion of the ceremony, a special plaque was presented to JVS carpentry instructor Jason Rodriguez.
Brandon Harris, a senior carpentry student from Amherst, delivered a few special remarks on behalf of the 2016 carpentry class: “We are honored you believed in us and in our abilities,” he told his teacher.
The new sign is located at the front entrance of Lorain County JVS on Rt. 58.
Courtesy photo Senior carpentry students Kayla Daniels and Kaylie Holliday proudly stand by the new Lorain County JVS school sign.
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