RHS junior creates campus signs for his Eagle project

Ramona High School junior Jason Mandich stands by one of the directional signs he created for the school as his Eagle Service Project. Courtesy photo
Ramona High School junior Jason Mandich stands by one of the directional signs he created for the school as his Eagle Service Project. Courtesy photo

Students and visitors to Ramona High School will have help finding their way around campus, thanks to an Eagle Service Project.

RHS junior Jason Mandich, a member of Boy Scout Troop 647, oversaw the building of two directional kiosks for the high school. He said the signs are similar to those found in a mall and provide a map of the school campus.

According to Mandich, the signs were suggested by RHS Principal Tony Newman and are installed to the left and to the right of the administration building. His project is scheduled to go before the Eagle Scout Board of Review this month.

   
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