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Mr. Hutzel and students sell custom-made metal signs

Posted December 6, 2018

Hancock Middle Senior High Tech Ed teacher Jason Hutzel and his carpentry students have been making custom metal signs this year. In addition to creating signs with each staff member's name to hang by classroom doors, the class has offered the signs for sale, accepting custom orders for family name signs and other special requests. The project caught the attention of many holiday shoppers on a recent weekend when the class displayed them at the Hagerstown City Market. The market booth was arranged in collaboration with North Hagerstown High School's hospitality and tourism program, which coordinated a special city market event as an initative to revitalize the downtown farmers market. Check out the images below showcasing some of the students' creations.

For more information, contact the school at 301-766-8186 or email Jason Hutzel at hutzejas@wcps.k12.md.us.

 student working on cutting out metal signs while assistant principal observes Image: Mr. Hutzel with a custom sign Image: Faith can move mountains sign Image: Chicken chimes Image: Custom signs Image: Mr. Hutzel and students working on signs Image: Sign: Happy Fall Y'All Image: Custom initial pumpkin sign Image: Fall sign Image: Fall sign with mums Image: Wreath and welcome sign Image: small metal tree and snowflake cutouts Image: Welcome to our home sign Image: Merry Christmas wreath-shaped signs Image: Metal cutout box collage of metal signs with family names

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