NAHS hosts slime making night: Photo of the Day 4/9/19


courtesy of Georgia Geisser

Principal Nancy Doll helps elementary school students make slime with NEHS.

by Julie Walker , Managing Editor

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On April 4, the National Art Honor Society hosted a slime making night. Younger students were encouraged to come make slime with their older siblings.

Slime is a stretchy substance for kids to play with made of liquid glue, borax, water and food coloring.

Around 20 people attended the slime making night.

The cost was $8per person, and all proceeds went the the National Art Honors Society scholarship program.

“We chose slime because a lot of kids really like making it and their parents liked the idea of doing it in an art room so they don’t get their own house messy,” said Colleen Avila.

Mrs. Georgia Geisser, adviser of the NAHS, decided to host the slime making night to raise extra funds for the program, and also because she enjoys working with kids.

Sean Butehorn said, “It was really fun to work with the kids. They all have so much energy. Everyone had a really great time.”

Although the event targeted elementary age children, the ages ranged from 4 – 18.

Students could earn service hours towards their NAHS achievements by staffing this event, so look out for more events in the future if you are in need of service hours.