Public school spirit, from Arrowhead ES, Cox HS and Cooke ES

November 23, 2018

Arrowhead Elementary School students recently turned Principal Kimani Vaughan into a human sundae, as a reward for hitting their goal of $400. 


Tickets were sold to students, and last week, 12 names were announced, live, on the school's morning news show, drawn from the tickets sold. 


Those people were allowed to visit the studio and pour one of several gooey toppings onto Mrs. Vaughan's head. 


Before long, she was covered in chocolate syrup, caramel syrup, cookie crumbles, gummy bears, whipped cream, cherries and more.


The event was streamed live to all the classrooms, so that students and teachers could watch the good fun.


School SCA officers, Morgan Washington, Addison Hayden and Hunter Heckman, pour the final cherries, and all the juice, on top

of their principal's head. (Courtesy photos.)


SCA officers, left to right, pose for a "final" picture with the "human ice cream sundae," Principal Kimani Vaughan: Reporter Camryn Early, Secretary Morgan Washington, President Addison Hayden 

and Treasurer Hunter Heckman.




Cox High School art students recently took a field trip to Norfolk's Chrysler Museum of Art, where they viewed pieces that were produced by inmates currently incarcerated in Norfolk and Virginia Beach correctional facilities.


In addition, local sheriff's deputies and Chrysler Museum's Michael Berlucchi, were able to engage students through discussion, reflecting about the art that was created with minimal "jail safe" supplies.


Students also had the opportunity to tour Norfolk's NEON district and were lucky enough to watch a local artist work on an upcoming mural honoring veterans, as well as, watch an actual glass-blowing demonstration.


Art teacher, Jessica Syzmanski, said that it's a vital part of art education, for students to get out of the classroom and immerse themselves into local arts culture.


 Mrs. Jessica Syzmanski's art students visited Norfolk's NEON District to view some of the wall murals created by local artists. Syzmanski can be seen at the far left. (Courtesy photo.)




Cooke Elementary School students, in Mrs. Katie Dobb's kindergarten class, recently represented their favorite teams

on the school's Sports Attire Day. (Courtesy photo.)




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