Sponsor - Jennifer Joy Fox
Elkton High School
In the winter of the 2012-2013 school year the members of the Elkton High School chapter of the National Art Honor Society are working hard to splash art through our school hallways and also trying to make its way out into our community. We were a part of a window painting fundraiser at our local Chick-Fil-A restaurant. A group of our members went to the restaurant after school till late that evening to compete against another Cecil County Public School. The mission was to paint our given windows with a winter/school spirit theme. In the end we did not receive first place, however we still received a cash prize to use towards our other projects in the near future. Groups of our members are also joining together to paint our new “Super Elks” logo on our school windows and walls. This is giving our schools bland white brick walls a new colorful look with our purple and gold school colors. Our society is also trying to get our town to have a “Before I die…” chalkboard wall in our downtown area. This project is where people of our community will be able to go up to it and write what their life goals and aspirations are. We imagine this project will make people think about what they really want to accomplish with their life. This project will again bring together the community by sharing our goals/dreams with each other. We believe that the last few months have been very successful by joining our members and spreading art into our community.
Elkton High School NAHS Historian
From the Historian
NAHS News publishes the NAHS historian's two chapter reports a year, once in November and again in March. They also will be posted below.