The Absolutely True Adventures of a School Librarian

The Absolutely True Adventures of a School Librarian

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Earth Day at Elkmont High School

Breanna Ingle, super talented and creative art teacher at Elkmont High School, celebrated Earth Day with Elkmont High School students and teachers with a creative art project that eliminated crayon supply waste.

After a year of cool art activities many crayons were just nubs and pieces.  Taking advantage of this resource, Ms. Ingle melted these scraps down and made brand new crayons to sell on Earth Day to fund more art supplies for next school year.

The signs made to label the various crayons created were equally as cute and creative!  Elkmont High School is fortune to have such an amazing art teacher like Ms. Ingle! We all LOVE her!


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