In 2005 I graduated from Ed White High School and headed to college with a dream of returning as an art teacher. Ed White and it's art program shaped me in so many ways. I grew as an artist, person, mentor, and community activist under the tutelage of great teachers who led an award winning program. Ed White is now a Title 1 school and over the years, the art program has been stripped to nearly nothing. In 2013, this dream came full circle as I came back to Ed White. I was hired to be the 2D art teacher and build a 3D program with an emphasis on building a program that would be a focal point for the school and community. A combination of a decaying school budgets and unfurnished facilities make this task challenging. All of the money raised will be used to cover the icost of purchasing 10 new Ceramic Studio Work Tables for the 2018 school year. Help make a difference in our community, provide under privileged students with an opportunity to create and restore our program to the award winning program it once was by donating. Anything helps and together we can make a difference.
Below is a link to the storage tables we are looking to purchase. https://www.worthingtondirect.com/industrial-vocational-arts-furniture/ww33-0v-duo-storage-workbench-wo-vises.htm