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  1. #1
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    Default New member checking in

    Hi,

    I just found the message boards. I'm a second year HS welding/manufacturing teacher and am looking forward to spending some time here!

  2. #2
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    Well, welcome to the forum.

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    I just joined. I hope I can learn some things here!

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    Welcome, I know sice I have joined I have learned alot, and i hope you will too.. You should also check out the Ask Andy forum at www.millermotorsports.com It is also a very successful forum
    When in doubt Weld It

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klugger7214
    Welcome, I know sice I have joined I have learned alot, and i hope you will too.. You should also check out the Ask Andy forum at www.millermotorsports.com It is also a very successful forum
    I`ll second that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WeldTeach
    Hi,

    I just found the message boards. I'm a second year HS welding/manufacturing teacher and am looking forward to spending some time here!
    Welcome aboard!
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    Welcome, it's good to see that all the HS's in the states haven't dropped the indrustrial arts in favor of touchy-feely classes. Just my opinion, of course
    Regards, George

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    Welcome to the fun,
    Laurence

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    Welcome aboard! We all look forward to you posting all of those great projects your students are working on!! Us old farts could use some fresh ideas.
    Best Regard,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundown
    Welcome, it's good to see that all the HS's in the states haven't dropped the indrustrial arts in favor of touchy-feely classes. Just my opinion, of course
    I hated growing up in the city. I only got to HEAR about high schools that taught welding or any idustrial arts, as they called them. Oh, and archery in PE was completely out of the question!

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