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Gender disparities prevalent in GBS electives

Hailey Cho and Abby McKew
December 20, 2019

As hundreds of classes are taught at South, diversity is present in many classrooms through ethnicity, belief or gender. However, there are certain electives at South with imbalances between students who...

Holding a push stick to keep a piece of wood steady, sophomore Hunter Weisensel prepares to cut the wood for his project. There are four levels of woodworking offered at South.

Woodworking class provides real-world applications

Ella Naugle and Mackenzie Bill
May 24, 2019

Music, sawdust, and laughter fill the energetic atmosphere of the woodworking room, where students make projects and memories. Students feel the positive environment of the class and chat about their day...

Supervising Silca: Woodworking teacher Stephen Silca provides insight on senior Jeffrey Mitchells woods project. Silca has been teaching woodworking at South for five years.

Silca provides a role model for woodworking students

Ben Olson and Lorelei Streb
December 8, 2016

There are constant sounds of students quietly chatting, discussing the latest project. As students cut, measure and sand through wood, the strong aroma of sawdust hangs in the air. This happens in the...

Gotschewski donation aids woodworking program

Tommy Barrett, staff reporter
January 16, 2016

The children and widow of long-time Glenview resident Paul Gotschewski made a donation to South's Woodworking Program to commemorate their late father's passion for woodworking. Gotschewski was an avid...

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