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Geometry in Construction is a math integrated program at Carl Hayden in which the students apply their learning of Geometry to designing and building a variety of projects including picnic tables for Habitat for Humanity. The program is co-taught by Ron Schilling, Construction Technologies Instructor and Jessica Tena, math teacher.  Students earn a credit each for Geometry and for Construction!

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