Oswego County students working at Pulaski’s Make Sense Shop are happy to announce that the store is open for business for the school year.
The Make Sense Shop provides job experience, internships, and life skills to students. The store has crafts, gifts, a fully operational commercial kitchen, and more. Students are in charge of all aspects within the shop, with guidance from the staff when it’s needed.
“The students run the registers, they handle all the maintenance, they do it all,” said Miranda Cerone, a special education teacher at Pulaski High School. “They also produce about ten percent of the gifts here in the store.”