Through the main doors of Sylvania High School, down the hallway and to the left is room No. 12– the home economics room. This classroom belongs to Hannah Neel. When Neel’s students enter her room, they enter an environment where they learn valuable life skills needed to thrive in the world outside of school.

Recently, Neel’s students have been working on a set of projects that will reach beyond Sylvania High School.

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