Students from the website management and journalism classes at Kenton High School visited Angeline School and Industries in Wyandot County to assist them with a website design project. Angeline provides a comprehensive program serving children and adults with developmental disabilities. The students were welcomed by Todd Dilley, Angeline’s Superintendent. Following a tour of the facilities, students conducted interviews, gathered information, and documented some of the daily happenings at Angeline.
Mr. Funkhouser stated, “This community service project allows our students to apply their technology and design skills in a real world setting. Visiting Angeline School and Industries provided the students with a better understanding of the services that are provided to children and adults with developmental disabilities. They are excited about redesigning Angeline’s website to make it a more effective tool for communicating with the community that Angeline serves.”
Participating students include Sean Castle, Evan Crabtree, Brady Hood, Lucas King, Ryan Leathem, Candace Morrison, Nelson Mustain, Joshua Pettit, William Ruddle, Trevor Sparks, Ashley Vanzant, Tyler Vermillion, and Jason Whitaker.