TwispWorks partners with Independent Learning Center

TwispWorks Board member Hanz Scholz leads a bike repair class for ILC students.

The Methow Valley School District’s Independent Learning Center (ILC)  and TwispWorks have developed a strong partnership.

Students at the ILC follow individualized, self-paced learning plans, and can graduate with a standard Washington State diploma.

Recently ILC students have participated in programs at TwispWorks including a mural painting project with artist in residence David Joel; a bike repair clinic with Methow Cycle and Sport; assisting with the installation of the Red Shed Garden; a chair-making workshop with local artisan Rico Meleski; and development of a display about the history of the TwispWorks site.





ILC students help prepare the new Red Shed garden at TwispWorks

ILC students learn willow chair building.




Signing a student mural created with artist David Joel.




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