The Oneida High School Tiny House Project moves forward. As the framing of the tiny house goes up, the carpentry and civil engineering students work together as a team and apply the lessons from the classroom to a real world project. Meanwhile, the video students continue to document the process.
The Tiny House Project at Oneida High School is holding a public meeting on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at 6:30pm. The meeting will be held at the school and will feature students, instructors and Bill Rockhill from Bear Creek Tiny Houses. The tiny house is under construction and will be on display that evening. For a look at what the students are up to, watch this story from WSYR Newschannel 9 in Syracuse.
Reporter Melissa Krull of Spectrum News (formerly Time Warner News) filed this report on the tiny house project at Oneida High School.