February 19, 2012 at 4:17 am in Grand Forks Herald
It’s a Wednesday morning and the student-run secondhand store at Apollo High School is bustling with shoppers. The store is starting its second full year of operation. It provides work experience and real-life skills for students, said Jen Fox, who teaches the work-experience class at Apollo High School.
The store and Iggy’s coffee shop near the school district offices serve as two work-experience programs for Apollo students. The secondhand store replaced a computer recycling program that ran out of Apollo for two years. Continue Reading