TULSA, Okla. — Students at Nathan Hale High School in Tulsa have a new opportunity to help build their futures through a new construction program this fall.
Tulsa Public Schools said it'll be a great chance for students to build career-ready skills and even earn industry certifications.
"Most facilities are struggling to find skilled labor, and so I think this will help our students have an edge," said Dr. Sheila Riley, principal of Nathan Hale High School.
Hale's construction program will welcome 140 students to its inaugural class.
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