Hats off to Laguna Tools, which marked its 20th anniversary by recognizing and rewarding 10 schools that promote the craft of woodworking. The competition had two categories: excellence in woodworking projects and greatest need for woodworking tools. Winning schools received prizes of Laguna tools valued from $2,500 to $29,500. In the category for excellence in woodworking projects, the first-place winner is Cedar Ridge High School, Hillsborough, N.C. The second-place winners are the University of Washington–College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Seattle, and Central Valley High School, Shasta, Calif. And placing third are Marshfield High School, Marshfield, Mass., and Maine College of Art, Portland, Maine. Winners in the greatest-need category are Perryton High School, Perryton, Texas; Peshtigo Middle/High School, Peshtigo, Wis.; East High School, Denver; Kellogg High School, Kellogg, Idaho; and Freehold Township High School, Freehold, N.J. Congratulations to the teachers and students in each of these programs.