Service Learning Projects


Computer Graphics & Foods III Collaborate in Fundraiser
Computer Graphics and Foods III collaborated in a fundraiser for victims of Japan's earthquake and tsunami. On April 14, 2011, Foods III students prepared nachos for sale during all lunch periods. Proceeds were be donated to benefit earthquake and tsunami relief efforts in Japan. The posters were designed by students in Computer Graphics Class in order to advertise the event. View Designs


Professional Experience: Button Designs for the Community
Each year the Newark Fourth of July Committee sells buttons to raise funds to support the Fourth of July festivities. The Newark High School computer Graphics Class provides the design for these buttons. Students create unique designs based on a theme provided by the Fourth of July Committee. Students earn service learning credit for submitting original ideas for consideration. View Designs


Students share talent with Pizza Shack
Beginning June 26th, 2009, Newark’s new Pizza Shack will display paintings depicting the village’s history. The collection of five paintings, depicting local scenes as they appeared in 1968, will be on permanent display. This was a great opportunity for Newark art students to be involved with the history of the community, experience civic pride and learn about the experiences of creating artwork in a situation where the artwork has been commissioned. It was a chance for them to be generous with their skills and give a great gift to the community of Newark at a place for casual and everyday encounters. View Paintings

A Collaborative Mural for the Community
We have recently completed a large-scale collaborative service learning project; a permanent mural painted by five students entitled “Celebrating Newark throughout the Ages.” This project was quite an achievement because it heightened students' skills in art communication and their ability to work with community boards, outside experts, and dignitaries, moving them from solo artists into communal artists, participants and leaders within their community. read more


Empowering Students through Multimedia Production
"A Public Service Announcement" is a project that combines service to others with multimedia production. This project involves writing, storyboarding, and then actually shooting and editing a video.


Public Art Opening & Exhibit: An Annual Event
Advanced studio is a class designed to give students an experience of what it is like to be a professional artist having an art opening and gallery exhibit. Each student in this class is explores his or her own interests and ideas as an artist. At the end of the semester, the local library is converted into a gallery space and the work is "unveiled". The art opening, which has now become an annual community event, is an evening where art students are present to discuss their work with the public. View photos from last year's art opening


Professional Experience: Poster Design for Local Law Enforcement Agency
Computer Graphics Class designed posters for "Drug Awareness and Resistance Education" Day. As a result, every student in Computer Graphics Class had a poster displayed in the community at a local business. Officer Dial visited the class and worked closely with Computer Graphics students as we designed posters for this worthwhile community event. View Examples


Fully Illustrated Children’s Books to Raise Awareness of Domestic Violence
Drawing students collaborated with Health class to create children's books on the theme of "bullying". These books were written by Health students and illustrated by my Drawing class. The books were then shared with elementary school children through Mutual Ground; a local resource for victims of domestic violence. View Book 1, View Book 2, View Book 3.
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