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    Mr. Fredericks

    Mr. Fredericks graduated from Broomfield High School in 1992. Following high school he attended Ricks College and earned an Associates of Arts and Science in Elementary Education in 1996. 

    He then attended Brigham Young University where he earned a BS in Technology Education, and a PE Minor. While student teaching, he coached football at West Jordan High School. Following Graduation in 2000, Rob, and his wife Pam, moved to the Heber Valley to teach at Wasatch High School and raise their family. Mr. Fredericks earned his Master Degree in 2005 from Brigham Young University.  

    Currently he teaches woodworking, is the Skills USA advisor and coaches football.

     

    School Email is rob.fredericks@wasatch.edu. (Best way to contact me)

    Office number is 435-657-3100 ext. 3744

     

    Classes:

    Woods 1

    Woods 1 is the first class in the sequence of woodworking corses that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills needed to create custom cabinets and fine furniture. We stress the safe use of woodworking tools and machinery, and the importance of producing quality work. Students will learn how to safely operate several woodworking machines, as well as build a piece of furniture.

    Woods 2

    Woods 2 is the second class in the sequence of woodworking corses that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills needed to create custom cabinets and fine furniture. We stress the safe use of woodworking tools and machinery, and the importance of producing quality work. Students will learn how to safely operate several woodworking machines, as well as build a required and personal projects. Can be taken for UVU Concurrent Enrollment.

     Woods 3

    Woods 3 is the third class in the sequence of woodworking corses that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills needed to create custom cabinets and fine furniture. We stress the safe use of woodworking tools and machinery, and the importance of producing quality work. Students will learn how to safely operate several woodworking machines, as well as build a required and personal projects. Can be taken for UVU Concurrent Enrollment. 

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