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Students put their engineering skills to use for Brian Tooley Racing
Bardstown High School students have been putting their skills to use for a local business. Students enrolled in Aaron Hunt's Mechanical and Technical Design class built 18 shipping crates for Brian Tooley Racing.  Through computer-aided design (CAD) students developed designs to be integrated into CNC machines. Brian Tooley Racing will use the crates to ship LS intakes. The Mechanical and Technical Design class is one of four classes offered through Bardstown High School's Automation Engineering Career and Technical Education Pathway.

On Thursday, May 23rd students had an opportunity to meet Mr. Tooley and show him the shipping crates they built. Brian Tooley Racing donated $200 to the engineering pathway.  
Senior Austin Peek accepts a donation from Brian Tooley Racing on behalf of his engineering class for building shipping crates.

Left to Right: Assistant Principal Aaron Boggs, Engineering Teacher Aaron Hunt, Keldon Tilley, Cambron Stone, Austin Peek, Owner of BTR Racing Brian Tooley, Product Development Manager for BTR Rick Smith, Ja Rel Montgomery, Michael Bonza and Jose Garcia Salas.