Students enjoyed a field trip to local manufacturing industries - Jones Metal, Crozier Welding, and Coshocton Industries
River View High School physics, precalculus, calculus, statistics, and some upper level art students are embarking on a school to real life project with embedded artist Tony Bible. The partnership with the Pomerene Arts Center as well as local manufacturing facilities including Jones Metal, Crozier Welding, and Coshocton Industries presents the students the opportunity to idealize, design, and build a structure for the artPark on Main Street in Coshocton. This roller coaster fountain project encompasses learning at a deep level where students are given the chance to take what they learn in the classroom and apply it to a real life situation. As a kick off event, the group of 28 students, 4 staff members, embedded artist Tony Bible and Anne Cornell, Pomerene Arts Center, enjoyed touring the manufacturing facilities in the county.