NAHS Students Given Opportunity to Teach Art Classes

Posted on February 10, 2020 by

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Every other Friday afternoon in the Community Center, art classes will be taught by Fleetwood Area High School’s own National Art Honors Society (NAHS) students.

These classes were set up by the Community Center to help home-schooled students. The Fleetwood Borough reached out to see if any high school students wanted to try their hands at teaching an art class. 

Each class session is an hour long, and this is the first year these classes are available.

Art teacher and National Art Honor Society (NAHS) adviser Ms. Diane Chisdake said that, while teaching one of these classes is not required, the students involved in NAHS should complete a minimum of 10 service hours.

“This could happen at the Art Event or other opportunities,” Chisdak said.

Her hope is that these students will gain something from teaching these classes.

I am hoping the NAHS students involved learn how teaching art helps them to understand their own art better. I also believe art is a great way to connect with the community,” Chisdak said.

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