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The $300,000 Senna Building Kits, built for a Seattle-area school by Katarina Mueller, is now in the hands of her mother, Sarah Mueller, and her family.
The kits are designed to teach a new generation about building and maintenance.
They can be used in homes, schools and businesses and are available for $2,000.
The Kits were designed for students at the Katarinas elementary school in Bellevue, Wash., and will be used by teachers and administrators at all the schools where Mueller has taught.
“I’ve seen that these kits can really help teachers build confidence in their students, to be able to say, ‘I know what I’m doing is safe,'” Mueller said.
“They really have this confidence.”
The kits also come with a free-range home-delivery option, which can include a free meal, as well as other goodies such as a small refrigerator.
Mature students who are not in the Kindergarten Program can still receive the kits, and teachers can choose to use the kits to build their own home or build their home themselves.
A similar kits was created by the Middletown-based architect and builder, Sarah Muller, for the Washington State Department of Transportation, which she founded in 2011.
The kit has been used at schools in the Midshipmen’s Club of New York and at the University of Washington.
The school district in Middlemore, Md., also has used the kits for more than 20 years, but it is still using its own kits.
It has also been using them for more building projects and in homes and other buildings.
“What we have to realize is that this is the right time to bring in the kits and really bring it to the public and build a sense of trust in the people that are going to use these kits,” said Middler District Superintendent Linda Bowers.
“The Kits are designed with students in mind,” she added.
“There’s no one that’s ever been tested or trained on building them, but I think that’s really important.
The kits can be very effective for teaching children about building, and I think the kids are really excited about it.”
The Kits also come in three sizes, and they come with two different colors, so you can choose from a wide variety of colors.