Hurley High School's student-run business gives kids real life experience

HURLEY - Students at the Hurley K-12 School showed off their skills at the Second Annual Northwoods Manufacturing Open House on Friday.

"All the kids down there, about 40 or so, are doing live demonstrations on all the manual equipment," said Hurley High School Tech ED teacher Jacob Hostettler. "We also have some of the stuff we've made throughout the year on display."

Northwoods Manufacturing is Hurley High School's student run manufacturing business. Students make tables, chairs, and other goods to sell to local businesses. The goal is give kids real world experience.

Full story: WJFW

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