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9th Grade ETE Students Look Into Potential Jobs

Jacob, Reporter

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Ninth grade students taking ETE have a chance to look at potential jobs they could get after college.

The students will leave on a field trip Tuesday, October 3rd at 8:30 am and they’ll return at 2:30 pm. The students have three stops on this trip. Furniture Factory Outlet’s(FFO) manufacturing facility, Baldor’s engine shop, and Stainless Innovations, which makes custom equipment for restaurants and cafeterias.

Students will be treated to lunch at Baldor before continuing to Stainless Innovations. Once they are done there, they will return to school.

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