Pete Ferrara, Wood Shop and Metal Shop teacher shows Rim Educ. Board how a wood bowl is turned
Wood shop student demonstrates the cutting of what will be a large mixing spoon
Students show Rim Educ. Board how a pig cutting board is made using computer designs
Student, Chase Rigney show Josita Todd a bench made from used snow boards in the welding shop
Stephanie Phillips shows off the students RIM High School CORNER STORE, this store helps students train in customer service positions
Rim Educ. Board sharing lunch with ROP teachers
Teacher Ed Von Pingle instructing acROP Law Inforcement Cource
Board Member, former teacher, Laurel Leidner gets a graphics lesson from student
New Desk Top Publishing teacher Rob Wilson explains print services to Mary Jo Alari
Students learn how to design and print business cards
New Fire Technology/EMR teacher, Brian Leidner introduces his mother and Board member Laurel to his class
Brian Leidner welcomes his class to a new week of learning
Dave Meigide tells board about former Auto Shop student’s success in the industry
Latest Rim race car in transition
Visual Arts Students at work
Baily Black explains the Rim Today productions to Rim Educt. board
Tabitha Trimble discusses the Rim Today episode currently in progress which she is featured
Rim Educt. Foundation Board meets new visual arts instructor Jerad Powell and Stephanie Phillips
On October 5th, Rim of the World Educational Foundation Board members spent the morning touring ROP classes with ROP Director Stephanie Phillips.
Due to retirement, three valuable and experienced ROP teachers had left at the end of the 2015/16 term. The board was delighted to see that those teachers had been replaced by fresh new talent that will service their students well in years to come. All the teachers are experts in their subjects and have a true passion for teaching and mentoring students.
The students in all courses were enthusiastic and ready to learn. Although many of the students will be off our mountain to a college after graduation, other will stay here in the community and become valuable member of our growing economy with the skills acquired in the ROP courses.