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Apple Valley’s machining program receives $15,000 grant

posted May 13, 2016, 1:34 PM by Kristin Hernandez   [ updated Sep 20, 2016, 11:44 AM ]

Michael Jensen, Haas Factory Outlet District Manager-Inland Empire; Dustin Conrad, AVHS Principal; Roger Watt, AVHS machining teacher; and Brad Williams, AVUSD Teacher on Assignment of Career Technical Education.
Apple Valley High School’s Precision Machining Program was awarded a $15,000 grant from the Gene Haas Foundation. Michael Jensen, Haas Factory Outlet District Manager-Inland Empire, presented the check on May 11. Dustin Conrad, AVHS Principal; Roger Watt, AVHS machining teacher; and Brad Williams, AVUSD Teacher on Assignment of Career Technical Education were each present to accept the award.

 

Conrad said that the grant would be used toward supporting students who are following a career pathway to the machining industry. Funds may be applied toward student competitions, equipment and other items specific to the Precision Machining Program.

 

For more information regarding Apple Valley High School’s career pathway programs, contact 760-247-7206.

 

For more information on the Gene Haas Foundation, visit http://ghaasfoundation.org/.

 

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