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This is the house Lincoln High School built

8:55 PM, Feb. 17, 2013
Nick Gebert, left, and Caleb Hill, both seniors at Lincoln High School and members of the building construction class, work together Jan. 28 on the house the class is building on Meadowlark Lane in Saratoga.
Nick Gebert, left, and Caleb Hill, both seniors at Lincoln High School and members of the building construction class, work together Jan. 28 on the house the class is building on Meadowlark Lane in Saratoga.
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For the past 15 years, the building construction class at Lincoln High School in Wisconsin Rapids has helped some students nail down what they want to do with their lives.

It was a concept and program initiated by Bob Peters, said Terry Bores, who started teaching the course when Peters retired after the 2005-06 school year. The full-year course is open to juniors and seniors, some of whom have experience in other technology courses and some of whom do not.

"He had a vision to build a house with students," Bores said. ...

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