Tool time: Schools nail down support from building trades group


CHECKING IN – La Conner High teacher Daniel Castillo is thrilled to receive help building a new residential carpentry class into the school’s 2021-22 schedule. That help is in the form of a $2,500 contribution from the Building Industries Association of Washington. The money will be used to purchase tools for the new course. – Photo courtesy of

La Conner High School teacher Daniel Castillo believes in giving his students all the tools they need for success.

And thanks to a major building trades organization, he will be able to fill their toolboxes when classes resume in the fall.

The Building Industries Association of Washington recently presented Castillo a check for $2,500 to purchase tools for a new introduction to residential carpentry class at La Conner that will be part of the school district’s expanded career and technology education program.

“It is just one of six CTE courses we will be offering,” La Conner Middle...

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