Fun co-curricular activities teaches practical life lessons

The major reason why I care about learning at the Wheelscot senior school is their variety in co-curricular activities and clubs; School usually ends at 3:45 pm and until 5 pm, both of us are allowed to participate in co-curricular activities! The instructor on duty supervises the activities and ensures that each student participates.

This being the beginning of the fall semester, 1 of my school-related resolutions was to learn more about heating, then i was ecstatic to learn that the administration had hired a heating serviceman to lecture us on the heating business, but Joseph the serviceman, provided us a short introduction of what he was going to teach for the next several weeks as well as some of the practicals.

Immediately after class that Sunday, I rushed to the clubhouse. The serviceman was accompanied by a heating dealer from the homeowner solution organization. The lesson was on how to identify quality heating, ventilation and A/C equipment. The dealer showcased some current heating, ventilation and A/C equipment. The lesson was short so the serviceman decided to provide a brief demonstration on how to perform boiler repairs on the school’s aging boiler. Sunday, the last afternoon of the school week, both of us took a visit to the store. The topic for the afternoon was gas furnace maintenance. Every one of us was directed to the gas furnace where the serviceman shared a few tips on servicing. Clearly, the maintenance was due as the quality heating was off, however he illustrated how to repair the geo heat pump and how to operate a WIFI temperature control. The weeks that followed were a bit intense. We got to visit one of the greatest manufacturers. We were spectators to the servicemen maintaining the units. I was proud of myself for having achieved my goal and crossing off my resolution.

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