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Miller students display projects from personalized learning class


Miller Middle School students Chesni Uhde, left, and Ella Grife made their own clothing line known as Alaia Wardrobe as part of a personalized learning class at the school.

Miller Middle School students displayed the culmination of weeks worth of work in their personalized learning class on May 3. Students welcomed their fellow students and Miller staff during the school day to talk about their projects.

Teacher Matt Nevins said the students were able to use a portion of their class time on a project of their own desire.

Projects displayed included a clothing line, short stories, a cutting board, a vending machine made out of cardboard, websites and more.


Adrian Cervantes displays a vending machine he made from cardboard.


From left, Brady Grife, Joel Hueso and Luke Hageman display a cutting board they made.


Diana Ambriz and Jasmin Cabrera display children’s books they wrote.


Carter Hunt improved his guitar playing skills.