By McKenna Click
A look in photographs of the past few weeks at Floyd Central. The week’s activities include Godspell, the Dazzlers’ national preview, a lab in science teacher Michelle Harbison’s class, NJROTC annual inspection, and design and sketchbook assignments in Intro to Art and Drawing I-IV classes.
Dazzler’s preview their national competition routine of Jan. 29. Photo by Jalyn Kowalski.
Junior Savannah Wormley strikes a pose ending the scene at a showing of Godspell. Wormley has been involved in theater since she was a freshman. At first it was the nationally and internationally renowned theater department that drew her in. “I went into it not knowing if I’d have any talent or knack for it at all, but I took intro my freshman year and never looked back.” Part of the reason she likes it so much is the people involved in theater. “The department is truly a melting pot of interesting personalities and it really is like being a part of one big, huge dysfunctional family.” Photo by McKenna Click.
Junior Bailey Hussung sings one of many songs in the theater’s production of Godspell. Godspell ran its last round this past weekend, selling out their final showing. The next show that the theater department will be showing is Thoroughly Modern Millie. Tickets can be reserved by calling the box office at 812-542-2284. Photo by McKenna Click.
Junior Jade Dailey recites her lines during a performance of Godspell. Dailey has been involved in theater since elementary school. “I needed something to take my mind off of the everyday aspects of life,” said Dailey. She started out her high school theater career at New Albany but switched to FC this year. “My favorite part of FC theater is they are on a very high professional level when it comes to the rehearsal process and the audition process.” Dailey continued on saying, “Everything is so well put together by Mr. Steiner.” Photo by McKenna Click.
Student teacher Kelly Book explains some of the lab work to juniors Kaylee Newland (left) and Rose Mintkenbaugh (right). Fitzgerald and Book agreed that the hardest part of the lab is writing out the chemical equations based on what the students have observed in the lab. Photo by McKenna Click.
Juniors Rose Mintkenbaugh (left) and Kaylee Newland measure out liquids for a two day lab “Pipes of Reactions” in Beth Fitzgerald’s Chemistry I class on Monday February 28. Photo by McKenna Click.
Senior George Emily stands and listens as Captain Tim Naville inspects him during NJROTC’s annual inspection that was held Wednesday morning in the gym. This is the 20th annual inspection since 1994. Photo by McKenna Click.
Junior Lance Youtsey (center) stands at attention in front of other JROTC students Wednesday during annual inspection. Youtsey said he went into ROTC because he’s always wanted to go into the coast guard, but his favorite part about ROTC is the people. “It makes my day, they’re actually pretty funny,” said Youtsey. Photo by McKenna Click.
Sophomore Cassie Nale (right) and junior Katrina Klingsmith (left) work on art projects for Susan Higdon’s intro to art class. “My favorite part of art is being with the art community,” said Klingsmith. Nale was working on a sketchbook assignment, but Klingsmith was working on her potential design for next year.’ Photo by McKenna Click.
Freshman Matthew Jewel works on his potential design of next year’s planner cover in Susan Higdon’s intro to art class. A design senior Zach Nichols’ came up with will be used if a new design is not created. Photo by McKenna Click.
Senior Parker McCullough works on his project in Kerri Jones’ Drawing III/IV class. McCullough has been around art his whole life. “My grandpa used to teach art here,” but goes on to say “I don’t think I really became interested in art until sixth grade. My favorite part [about art] is the freedom of expression. Photo by McKenna Click.
Juniors Brett Yeaton and Sarah Henry work on their pen and ink projects in Kerri Jone’s drawing I/II class. Henry first became interested in art when her middle school art teacher Diane Emerson suggested she take classes outside of school with the Louisville Visual Arts Association. “The teacher there was fabulous so I became hooked.” Henry continued on with art from there. Her favorite part is “working with new mediums that I haven’t worked with much before.” Photo by McKenna Click.