Solvay made donation to MVHS Vo-Ag Students

Picture (l to r) from Solvay, Casey Valkenberg, Braillen Potter, Carson Eardley, Hudson Hysell, Kendall Patterson, Cassidy Lym, Kylee Dellinger, Braden Bonser, Lane Henrie, Ryker Padilla, Jay Hickey, Damon Schoengarth, Brook Black, Connor Antonino, and also from Solvay Janie Robison. COURTESY PHOTO/MVHS

MOUNTAIN VIEW —Solvay Chemicals and several other industry partners recently made a large donation to the Mountain View High School Vo-Ag department.

Several of Solvay’s industry partners made donations to support students in meeting industry work and safety standards. The equipment will be used to support MVHS students in their career technical education programs of study.

The donated items included metal grinders, grinding wheels, grinding discs, welding rod and wire, welding gloves, safety glasses, soapstone, specialty welding rod, large boxes of welding rod and a special donation of magnetic ground clamps and an oxy cutting system.

These materials will allow MVHS students to work with updated and modernized industry recognized equipment that gives students work-related experience and expands their opportunities to work in trade related occupations while still in high school.

Industry partners besides Sovay that made donations include: Kaman Industrial Technologies, Fastenal Industrial Supply, RailWorks Track Systems, Inc., Benetech Global, Searle Brothers, Rocky Mountain Air Solutions, Grainger, Hydrafab, Commander Industrial.


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