For Ellsworth High School woods class, it’s one for the booksEllsworth High School’s general woods class and the local school district’s libraries teamed to meet a need for the latter.
By: Bill Kirk, Pierce County Herald
Something woodworking students and librarians share in common is a gratitude to trees.
Trees provide most of the materials with which they work: wood for the students’ projects and paper for the books library patrons read. So teaming Ellsworth High School’s general woods class and the local school district’s libraries to meet a need for the latter seems like a natural pairing.
That need was book shelves, according to Angie Bjork, who has responsibility for the four school libraries.
Read more in the print version of the Herald June 6.