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Monday, February 22, 2010

What should we do?

Hey readers!  We're looking for ideas on how to get more students to be involved with Splash.  What are some ways that you can think of to let students know about Splash?  A lot of people haven't heard of Splash and we're trying to get the word out.
Post your ideas by commenting below!
Top three ideas will get free T-shirts!

Monday, February 8, 2010

Look who won a T-Shirt!

SPLASH! T-shirt competition results!!
A while ago we polled all of our past students to tell us about their experiences during SPLASH!  We've rated them and pick one to win a free SPLASH!  T-shirt!  Congratulations Yessenia Moreno!  

Below is her SPLASH! experience that won her a free t-shirt.  

Splash was a great experince for me. I had never attended Splash and I regret that because it was a really fun experience.  I went as a Senior, which unfortunatly means that i can't go next year, but if I could do it again, I would. You get to meet a lot of new people, no matter what age they are, it's still fun to get to know them. My favorite classes would have to be Sign Language and Frisbee. I really enjoyed both because they were really fun and I got to interact with others :) I was a little bad at Sign Language, but it was still fun to see that I was not the only one struggling.  There were times when I got lost, expecially when I had to get there, but it was still fun.  One of the wacky experinces I had was that I took a Music Theory class when I had never seen a music note or learned about them. Thanks for giving me the chance to be there.
 I would recommend this to anyone, it's fun and at the same time you learn new things.             
-Yessenia Moreno

Monday, February 1, 2010

The Pekin Art of Opera Face Painting

Exciting Classes At Splash:
Pekin Face Painting
Taught by Emily Song
Learn about the Ancient art of Pekin Face Painting!  This facial make-up is applied to distinguish different roles and reveal their dispositions and moral qualities.  Red stands for courage and loyalty and white represents brutality and cruelty. Students explored intriguing facts about Chinese culture and learn the application of face painting!