The fund is overseen by a board of directors, which is made up community and business leaders. The head of the board is Marlene Hoyt, a senior vice-president at Enterprise Bank.
“It is so impressive what the school has done and it’s a pleasure to work with them,” Hoyt said.
Kenney thanked Jackson Lumber for supplying the materials.
School Superintendent John Lavoie said the students were prepared for the challenge.
“It is because of the educational preparation in shop and theory as 10th-graders that the students were more experienced and knowledgeable to meet the challenge,” Lavoie said.
Greater Lawrence Technical School is located in Andover and serves students from Andover, Lawrence, Methuen and North Andover.