With your help and the help of local business owners, the Chico High School Foundation hopes to place all new computers in the classrooms of the Industrial Technology Department.
These new computers will help not only today’s student body but thousands of students in the future. You can make a difference and allow our students to succeed with their education.
Our teachers work hard to create a “hands on” experience, unique classroom environments and mentoring programs for students. Chico High School has provided the Industrial Technology Department with access to some remarkable programs and printers, the trouble is that the aging computers are so out of date, they are having trouble supporting the advanced software that the school already owns!
Please join the Chico High School Foundation by investing in the Industrial Technology program!
A finely crafted children’s playhouse will be raffled off at the alumni dinner on September 24th. Monies raised from the raffle will be used to purchase computers for the industrial technology program at the high school. Luxury features include: Plasma TV, Hardwood Flooring, Sink and Counters, and a Built-in Bed!
The program includes architectural design, mechanical engineering, and a state-of-the-art wood shop. Chico High students have designed and built the playhouse and all the materials have been donated by members of the local building community.
The raffle prize is consistent with the dinner theme of “Building our Community” and proceeds will help sustain and build upon an exemplary program offered to students going into design, building and/or architectural careers. Mike Bruggeman, the CHS instructor, has recently been recognized as industrial technology instructor of the year for the State of California for his accomplishments in developing this outstanding program and involving so many local businesses as working partners.
The playhouse can be viewed at the vacant lot located at the corner of First and Main.
Raffle tickets cost $20.00 each.