Construction students pay it forward

Two students communicating as they work on painting the display case for O'Neal Middle School.

Students in Art Erbe’s Construction 3 class at Albany High’s Abrookin Career and Technical Center put the finishing touches Tuesday on a display case and cabinet they made for Edmund J. O’Neal Middle of Excellence.

The structure is 8 feet tall, 6½ feet wide and 3 feet deep with glass-fronted panels. It will be used in O’Neal’s “PBIS” store, where students can purchase items with coupons they earned for meeting school expectations. PBIS stands for positive behavioral interventions and services.

Way to pay it forward, Falcons!

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