SFHS Holds Student Fashion Show
There were 26 students in grades 9-12 who participated in the event, which is part of their second marking-period grade for 3-D studio class. The class is part of the visual arts curriculum under the direction of veteran art teacher Carolyn Mottern.
The students were given the task of designing, building and modeling clothing that they created from various nontraditional materials. They worked on the projects for one month and then showed the pieces off to more than 100 of their peers during a special assembly fashion show. Picture left-right are Tiffany Bowers, who created a skirt made of pop tart boxes, food labels and gourmet coffee packaging; Natalie Break-all, whose latex glove skirt was a huge hit; Kylie Covalt created the dress made from pleated pages torn out of six old books that she bought at Goodwill; and Emma Williams, who created and modeled a mini black trash-bag dress, trimmed in duct tape. This is the second year for the fashion show and the overall reaction of the students was positive and very encouraging to their classmates.