School project builds Conestoga huts for Boise homeless

Students at Sage International School of Boise have constructed two Conestoga style huts for a 10th grade project. The huts were designed and built by students using similar platforms as a community outreach to help homeless people. However, Boise City does not currently zone for the huts so they will be delivered to Interfaith Sanctuary. The project was funded through a grant from Idaho STEM Action Center.

The full story and great video is here.

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About Dr. Charles Bickenheuser

My research focus is in cognitive language and leadership. My background includes classical philosophy, linguistics, and American authors of short stories, essays and poems. Finally, my doctorate is in education and my methodology is phenomenology and mixed method. I am retired from the active classroom; a long time ago I served as a medical sergeant in an airborne unit in Vietnam for two years.

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