Over the course of the 2016-17 school year, two El Dorado High School Career Technical Education (CTE) programs undertook a large, collaborative project.
The Cabinetry/Woodworking classes, under the direction of Jim Fox, and the ED LAW Academy, under the direction of Sunshine Cavalluzzi, planned and built authentic courtroom furniture for the school’s use. The judges bench, witness stand, and jury box were primarily built by students Josh Manassero and Noah Cordero (pictured above) with support from Casey Cullinan, Zach Taylor, and Chris Shaner.
This project is a great example of the cooperation and interdisciplinary thinking among the two programs. The project is an amazing showcase for the current talent of the woodworking students and it will be a showcase for future ED LAW Golden Hawks.