Carpentry students at Southeast High School have built a bus stop shelter, and now they are selling that project to help fund future projects. This is your chance to help keep your own kids warm and dry while they wait for the school bus, while also helping out the SHS carpentry students.
“It has an asphalt shingle roof and stationary plastic windows provide weather resistance so it can be used at any time of the year,” says Southeast carpentry teacher Mr. Jim Rockers. “The interior surfaces are painted with exterior paint to protect the building from blowing rain and snow. An interior bench provides a comfortable place to wait.”
Details of the shelter: 48” x 48” x 72” (ground to eave), and 87″ tall at the peak; Interior Bench; Shingle Roof; Rustic Metal & Lap Siding; Two Fixed Windows; Painted Interior; All Materials Pressure Treated or Painted; and, Floor supported by 4 x 4 Skids. Mr. Rockers is recommending the buyer use an anchoring system, which is not provided.
The shelter is $225 and must be picked up at Southeast High School.
To purchase or for more information, please contact Mr. Rockers at the high school at 620-457-8365 or email email@example.com.