Sponsor - Jennifer Joy Fox
Elkton High School
The 2013-2014 school year, members of the Elkton High School chapter of the National Art Honor Society worked hard to bring art to the school and community. We were a part of a window painting fundraiser again at our local Chick-Fil-A restaurant. A group of our members designed and painted windows to compete against other Cecil County Schools. We won third this year. Suggested by member Olivia Lambert, Ms. Fox wrote for and won two Red Apple grants to visit the Delaware Art Museum. We went to see the French Twist and Fashion, Circus, Spectacle photo exhibits. We also did a photography scavenger hunt in the galleries and sculpture garden. We had a lot of fun! Another field trip we went on was to the National Aquarium in Baltimore with the science department. There were tons of fantastic photo ops!
Students exhibited their work at the Cecil County Arts Council, County office building, Cecil College, and at the Carver Center. Many students won awards and enjoyed going to the art exhibit opening. It is always satisfying to share one’s art after making it. Students worked with the Environmental Club and the Senior class to make a garden at the auditorium entrance of the school. Our own Elise Dillion, under the supervision of Mr. Funke, made a fantastic sign to commemorate it. We made many memories together last year, and I look forward to many more this year!
Elkton High School NAHS Adviser
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.