For many students, the mandatory art class is not exactly an important element of the white index card that reads them their schedule. Art teacher and aficionado Kelly Crowder wants to change all that.
The Whitman Vikings (1-3) beat Blair's swim and dive team (0-4) in a nearly equal match Saturday, 173-167.
The Churchill Bulldogs (3-0) beat Blair's swim and dive team (0-3) Saturday in the third divisional meet of the season, 86-85.
Blair's swim and dive team (0-2) fell short to the Wootton Patriots (1-1) in the second divisional meet of the season, 221-119.
The Walter Johnson Wildcats (1-0) beat Blair's swim and dive team (0-1) in the first divisional meet of the season. Due to the absence of many key team members, including many of the captains, the remaining captains and coaches focused on less experienced swimmers during the meet.
Blair's swim and dive team defeated the Einstein Titans and Wheaton Knights in the first meet of the season. The team considered this meet a scrimmage, since Blair's Division I team will not swim again Einstein and Wheaton's Division IV teams during the regular season.
This year, the Blair swim and dive team has a new co-coach, fine arts teacher Kelly Crowder, who began working with the swim team earlier this month, replacing government teacher David Swaney as biology teacher Charlie Demma's co-coach.
Blair introduced Fashion Drawing and Design, Digital Art 2, Digital Photography and World Drumming to the fine arts curriculum this school year in order to give students a diverse introduction to fine arts.
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