Madison students build 3-bedroom house for community
Madison High School Architecture and Construction students worked together to build a three-bedroom house for Habitat for Humanity. About 75 students spent three weeks framing up more than 30 walls and then transported the walls to the Habitat for Humanity build site. This is the largest build Madison has ever completed.
The students were led by teachers Paul Edgar and Michelle Hendrick.
"Students learned how to measure and read floor plans, while giving back to San Antonio," said Edgar.
Posted on January 11, 2013