Students Compete in Gingerbread House Competition


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The first place gingerbread house was designed by Ciani Floyd and Emily Schuler. Photo by Martha Sandusky

Consumer sciences teacher Martha Sandusky invited faculty and staff to vote for the best gingerbread house her students’ created December 21, 2017.

See who won in the photo gallery above.

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