Raider creativity is spreading throughout the school. Mr. Leger recently renovated a room in the THS library, creating an exhibit that showcases the talents of our students.
This THS teacher of 22 years came up with the idea in early October. With the encouragement of THS staff members, Leger quickly started on his mini-museum.
Leger’s two painting classes worked diligently to renovate this space that was formerly used to store AV equipment. First clearing out the shelving, THS students learned how to patch holes and paint with rolling brushes.
These painting classes are now displaying their artwork in the very space they created. Leger wants to emphasize that “this is not strictly a visual arts space, but a space meant to show off creation by any student, any teacher, any content area of the building.” He is hoping to see projects from different classes across THS, including from the math, technological education, woodworking, robotics, and graphic arts departments.
This project is almost finished. Mr. Leger plans to reveal the secret name of the gallery by putting it above the room. Staff and students can stop by the library at any time to see this creative space.