Whitewater Builds Shed Delivery

On August 13, the Whitewater Unified School District donated two student-built sheds to community members as part of the Whitewater Builds program.

The program, developed and led by Tony Saverine in partnership with the district, allows high school students to learn hands-on skills by building sheds during summer school. This was the program’s first year.

“Whitewater Builds is an outstanding partnership that gives students the opportunity to gain valuable skills throughout the summer,” said Dr. Caroline Pate-Hefty, WUSD Superintendent. “We are so proud of our students for all the hard work they have put in and are pleased to have the chance to donate these beautiful sheds to two of our community members. A big thank you goes out to Mr. Saverine for all his contributions to this terrific program.”

On August 13, community members Grant Brown and Edie Oldenburg received their sheds. The two were selected by the WUSD School Board.