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2017 CLAS Schools of Distinctions and Banner Schools

State School Board District 1 Schools of Distinction

Lincoln High School

Tiny House - Big Dreams

Banner School Award LogoTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mr. Michael Bynum

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

Tiny House-Big Dreams at Lincoln High School was created with the goal of allowing students to learn key employability skills such as time management, construction site management, leadership, and collaboration in a real-world setting. Students were introduced to building and construction through field trips to top-quality tiny home manufacturers in the state. Students took part in an embedded Engineering Design Process by brainstorming, planning, and developing drafts for the construction of a tiny home. Classes held Skype sessions with the architect who drew the house plans, allowing them to participate in the design process, and review blueprints. To develop the skills necessary for construction, students went through NCCER Core Certification and passed safety assessments. Once certified for safety, students engaged in smaller projects designed to acquire skills needed to complete the tiny house. These projects included designing and building shooting houses and storage sheds with completed projects sold and proceeds put towards tiny house materials and supplies. From this, students gained experience in sales and customer relations. Blueprints were amended and passed inspection. A production manual was produced and approved, and a new technical career pathway was developed with a tiny house well underway! The tiny house will be marketed by the Sales and Promotional planning class and sold with all proceeds being used to build a second tiny house.

 

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State School Board District 2 Schools of Distinction

Lincoln High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Tiny House - Big Dreams

Banner School Award LogoTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mr. Michael Bynum

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

Tiny House-Big Dreams at Lincoln High School was created with the goal of allowing students to learn key employability skills such as time management, construction site management, leadership, and collaboration in a real-world setting. Students were introduced to building and construction through field trips to top-quality tiny home manufacturers in the state. Students took part in an embedded Engineering Design Process by brainstorming, planning, and developing drafts for the construction of a tiny home. Classes held Skype sessions with the architect who drew the house plans, allowing them to participate in the design process, and review blueprints. To develop the skills necessary for construction, students went through NCCER Core Certification and passed safety assessments. Once certified for safety, students engaged in smaller projects designed to acquire skills needed to complete the tiny house. These projects included designing and building shooting houses and storage sheds with completed projects sold and proceeds put towards tiny house materials and supplies. From this, students gained experience in sales and customer relations. Blueprints were amended and passed inspection. A production manual was produced and approved, and a new technical career pathway was developed with a tiny house well underway! The tiny house will be marketed by the Sales and Promotional planning class and sold with all proceeds being used to build a second tiny house.

 

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State School Board District 3 Schools of Distinction

Lincoln High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Tiny House - Big Dreams

Banner School Award LogoTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mr. Michael Bynum

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

Tiny House-Big Dreams at Lincoln High School was created with the goal of allowing students to learn key employability skills such as time management, construction site management, leadership, and collaboration in a real-world setting. Students were introduced to building and construction through field trips to top-quality tiny home manufacturers in the state. Students took part in an embedded Engineering Design Process by brainstorming, planning, and developing drafts for the construction of a tiny home. Classes held Skype sessions with the architect who drew the house plans, allowing them to participate in the design process, and review blueprints. To develop the skills necessary for construction, students went through NCCER Core Certification and passed safety assessments. Once certified for safety, students engaged in smaller projects designed to acquire skills needed to complete the tiny house. These projects included designing and building shooting houses and storage sheds with completed projects sold and proceeds put towards tiny house materials and supplies. From this, students gained experience in sales and customer relations. Blueprints were amended and passed inspection. A production manual was produced and approved, and a new technical career pathway was developed with a tiny house well underway! The tiny house will be marketed by the Sales and Promotional planning class and sold with all proceeds being used to build a second tiny house.

 

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State School Board District 4 Schools of Distinction

Lincoln High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Tiny House - Big Dreams

Banner School Award LogoTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mr. Michael Bynum

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

Tiny House-Big Dreams at Lincoln High School was created with the goal of allowing students to learn key employability skills such as time management, construction site management, leadership, and collaboration in a real-world setting. Students were introduced to building and construction through field trips to top-quality tiny home manufacturers in the state. Students took part in an embedded Engineering Design Process by brainstorming, planning, and developing drafts for the construction of a tiny home. Classes held Skype sessions with the architect who drew the house plans, allowing them to participate in the design process, and review blueprints. To develop the skills necessary for construction, students went through NCCER Core Certification and passed safety assessments. Once certified for safety, students engaged in smaller projects designed to acquire skills needed to complete the tiny house. These projects included designing and building shooting houses and storage sheds with completed projects sold and proceeds put towards tiny house materials and supplies. From this, students gained experience in sales and customer relations. Blueprints were amended and passed inspection. A production manual was produced and approved, and a new technical career pathway was developed with a tiny house well underway! The tiny house will be marketed by the Sales and Promotional planning class and sold with all proceeds being used to build a second tiny house.

 

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State School Board District 5 Schools of Distinction

Lincoln High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Tiny House - Big Dreams

Banner School Award LogoTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mr. Michael Bynum

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

Tiny House-Big Dreams at Lincoln High School was created with the goal of allowing students to learn key employability skills such as time management, construction site management, leadership, and collaboration in a real-world setting. Students were introduced to building and construction through field trips to top-quality tiny home manufacturers in the state. Students took part in an embedded Engineering Design Process by brainstorming, planning, and developing drafts for the construction of a tiny home. Classes held Skype sessions with the architect who drew the house plans, allowing them to participate in the design process, and review blueprints. To develop the skills necessary for construction, students went through NCCER Core Certification and passed safety assessments. Once certified for safety, students engaged in smaller projects designed to acquire skills needed to complete the tiny house. These projects included designing and building shooting houses and storage sheds with completed projects sold and proceeds put towards tiny house materials and supplies. From this, students gained experience in sales and customer relations. Blueprints were amended and passed inspection. A production manual was produced and approved, and a new technical career pathway was developed with a tiny house well underway! The tiny house will be marketed by the Sales and Promotional planning class and sold with all proceeds being used to build a second tiny house.

 

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State School Board District 6 Schools of Distinction

Lincoln High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Tiny House - Big Dreams

Banner School Award LogoTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mr. Michael Bynum

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

Tiny House-Big Dreams at Lincoln High School was created with the goal of allowing students to learn key employability skills such as time management, construction site management, leadership, and collaboration in a real-world setting. Students were introduced to building and construction through field trips to top-quality tiny home manufacturers in the state. Students took part in an embedded Engineering Design Process by brainstorming, planning, and developing drafts for the construction of a tiny home. Classes held Skype sessions with the architect who drew the house plans, allowing them to participate in the design process, and review blueprints. To develop the skills necessary for construction, students went through NCCER Core Certification and passed safety assessments. Once certified for safety, students engaged in smaller projects designed to acquire skills needed to complete the tiny house. These projects included designing and building shooting houses and storage sheds with completed projects sold and proceeds put towards tiny house materials and supplies. From this, students gained experience in sales and customer relations. Blueprints were amended and passed inspection. A production manual was produced and approved, and a new technical career pathway was developed with a tiny house well underway! The tiny house will be marketed by the Sales and Promotional planning class and sold with all proceeds being used to build a second tiny house.

 

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State School Board District 7 Schools of Distinction

Lincoln High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Tiny House - Big Dreams

Banner School Award LogoTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mr. Michael Bynum

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

Tiny House-Big Dreams at Lincoln High School was created with the goal of allowing students to learn key employability skills such as time management, construction site management, leadership, and collaboration in a real-world setting. Students were introduced to building and construction through field trips to top-quality tiny home manufacturers in the state. Students took part in an embedded Engineering Design Process by brainstorming, planning, and developing drafts for the construction of a tiny home. Classes held Skype sessions with the architect who drew the house plans, allowing them to participate in the design process, and review blueprints. To develop the skills necessary for construction, students went through NCCER Core Certification and passed safety assessments. Once certified for safety, students engaged in smaller projects designed to acquire skills needed to complete the tiny house. These projects included designing and building shooting houses and storage sheds with completed projects sold and proceeds put towards tiny house materials and supplies. From this, students gained experience in sales and customer relations. Blueprints were amended and passed inspection. A production manual was produced and approved, and a new technical career pathway was developed with a tiny house well underway! The tiny house will be marketed by the Sales and Promotional planning class and sold with all proceeds being used to build a second tiny house.

 

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State School Board District 8 Schools of Distinction

Lincoln High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Tiny House - Big Dreams

Banner School Award LogoTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mr. Michael Bynum

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

Tiny House-Big Dreams at Lincoln High School was created with the goal of allowing students to learn key employability skills such as time management, construction site management, leadership, and collaboration in a real-world setting. Students were introduced to building and construction through field trips to top-quality tiny home manufacturers in the state. Students took part in an embedded Engineering Design Process by brainstorming, planning, and developing drafts for the construction of a tiny home. Classes held Skype sessions with the architect who drew the house plans, allowing them to participate in the design process, and review blueprints. To develop the skills necessary for construction, students went through NCCER Core Certification and passed safety assessments. Once certified for safety, students engaged in smaller projects designed to acquire skills needed to complete the tiny house. These projects included designing and building shooting houses and storage sheds with completed projects sold and proceeds put towards tiny house materials and supplies. From this, students gained experience in sales and customer relations. Blueprints were amended and passed inspection. A production manual was produced and approved, and a new technical career pathway was developed with a tiny house well underway! The tiny house will be marketed by the Sales and Promotional planning class and sold with all proceeds being used to build a second tiny house.

 

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