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Nicholas Medina, Reporter

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Here in Spring High School, we have a great welding class for our students that want to learn how to weld or get better at it. The welding class helps you learn more than just welding, such as responsibility for your actions in class and in the shop as well.

Many people like welding because it can relax them when they are stressed out with other things in life and it takes there mind of life problems. Other people just love to cut metal and weld on other metal and enjoy it.

So students wonder how can this class help you in your future so I ask Reginald Dancer a senior that said that welding can help him with better job opportunities.

But to get a better understanding of how this class can help you in your future. And who else to ask than teacher MR.Fuchs is a good example because help him become a welding teacher to teach others students so they can have some experience.

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