LYMAN — Several Lyman Intermediate School students made a proposal that couldn’t be turned down.
They approached Wade Lupher, LIS’ sixth grade wood shop teacher, and popped their idea on him. They proposed making clocks in class and then auctioning the clocks off as a fundraiser.
Lupher said the kids approached him and came up with the idea on their own to which he said OK. The students are calling their group "LIS Kids Care."
The proceeds from the auction of the clocks will be used to benefit Wesley Eyre
Pictured are LIS students who made clocks in Wade Lupher’s sixth grade wood shop class , back (l-r): Andrew Davis, Caleb Smith, Hunter Maxfield, Tripp Mead, Tanner Ricketts, Braden Killpack, Paige Rose, Thomas Lundy and Morgan Anderson; front: Connor Platts, Morgan Hatch, Dakoda Rogers, Hayli Winter, BriLee Bradshaw, Hallie Henderson, Clara France and Alexzander Hoch. COURTESY PHOTO