• Dr. Herpy

Weekly Art 2/19

This is the week of 2-D design in art. There were multiple 2-D designs, all of them being a sight to see. One artwork consisted of multiple cartoon characters in a car, one of them looking like Goofy. This piece of art consisted of many colors that corresponded with one another. The design is very creative and can catch any eye in the hallway. Another piece of artwork consisted of a green man with a blue and purple background. This design uses the similar cool colors to attract the eye, and get them caught into the painting. A third design consists of a person with Asian architecture in the background. This design uses warm colors to attract the eye, and the main piece uses a subtle white that still manages to catch the attention of a viewer. The last design consists of a girl lying in bed, and there are glowing fluff balls around her. This piece of art uses many bright, brilliant colors to attract the eye, and to make the design come to life. This design is sure to get the attention of anyone walking through the halls with its bright, lively colors.

Weekly Art 2/12

This week in art, there were many wonderful artworks. The pieces of art consist of digital design and painting. One consists of a golden girl in the grass. The artist used brilliant colors to emphasize the girl. This painting can catch any eye wandering through the hallway. There was also a digital design piece of… Continue Reading

Students Needed for Research Studies

The Junior AP Research class members have been preparing for their research projects since the beginning of the school year and are moving onto the data collection elements in their projects. Participants will be needed to help these students complete their studies and it would be greatly appreciated if you helped out. Each individual in… Continue Reading

Weekly Art

Students of 3-D art, remember to pick your clay sculptures up. They have been there for a long time and are in need for their owners. Talk to the 3-D art teacher, Mrs. Bibza if you want to claim your sculpture.  Art 4 student, Maggie Eibler painted a wonderful painting of a staircase of Stan… Continue Reading

Interview with Señora Scola

This week, I had the opportunity to interview one of our school’s Spanish teachers, Señora Scola. She explains the different levels of Spanish, her favorite level to teach, her background with Spanish, and why she recommends this class for students to take. Q1.) What levels of Spanish are there to take and how does each… Continue Reading

New Webmaster In Town!

September 18, 2020 By Athan Zoes Last year, Mr. Continenza taught Web Design, and on March 2nd, he had a substitute teacher take over. Mrs. Scalf, the very same sub, is now teaching the class this year. In this article we will be going over why she is teaching the class, her past and present… Continue Reading