Published On: Sun, Jun 7th, 2015

RHS students bridge the work skills gap for future careers

Craig Flaming RHS Ag and Industrial Technology Equipment instructor watches on as a new sign for the softball field is being fashioned by the plasma cutter.

Craig Flaming RHS Ag and Industrial Technology Equipment instructor watches on as a new sign for the softball field is being fashioned by the plasma cutter.

RANDOLPH — Craig Flaming grew up on a small Nebraska farm near Elsie where innovation and business savvy were a must for survival.

He is bringing those traits to his classroom at Randolph High School.

Recently, the school gave him the green light to purchase a plasma metal cutter to see what he could do in bringing his students to the next level of classroom engagement.

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