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Sandburg sophomore Keiahn Harris (left) and senior Ryan Kiecana work on a photo restoration project Thursday, Nov. 16, during a Career and Technical Education presentation at the Orland Park high school. Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
Career and Technical Education lead teacher Lisa Greenhill shares healthy cooking tips Thursday, Nov. 16, during a workshop at Sandburg High School. Photos by Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
During a series of seminars and workshops showcasing Sandburg’s Career and Technical Education program, (left to right) Sandburg senior Brittney Franco teaches Evelyn (left) and Audrey Wendt, of Western Springs, how to make glitter slime.
The automotive lab provides Sandburg students a place to learn about mechanics and engineering.
Laurie Fanelli, Freelance Reporter
9:45 am CST November 21, 2017
When navigating through the halls of high school, it sometimes can be hard to pinpoint how certain lessons will actually apply to everyday life. But the Career and Technical Education program at Sandburg helps students to unite modern technologies with practical learning to give them as many tools as possible to use as they enter college and their careers.