Here’s another awesome story coming out of the Fine Arts Department! Five of our very best art students (from left to right: Allison Shepard ’21, Maggie Kellner ’20, Marie Rhodes ’20, Megan O’Brien ’20, and Mary Owczarczak ’20) created portraits of children living as refugees in Malaysia that will now be sent overseas to these children. As part of a coordinated effort among high school art students throughout the country, students create handmade portraits for children living in refugee camps, orphanages, and in similar situations around the world as part of the Memory Project. The portraits are a once-in-a-lifetime gift for the children who receive them. A special thank you goes out to our amazing Art Teacher Mr. Richard Christian for coordinating this project.