Come by The Hub starting Thursday, January 16, and help create a #WhatLiftsYou mural inspired by street artist Kelsey Montague!
Kelsey's goal as an artist is to invite people to interact with her art and in turn have conversations about what "lifts," or inspires, them. She uses the hashtag #WhatLiftsYou to encourage viewers to continue this conversation on social media.
Here is a link to her website if you would like to learn more about #WhatLiftsYou:
Students and faculty will draw a feather and fill it with lines, patterns and things that they love or inspire them. The feathers will be colored in, cut out, and assembled together into giant wings on the display wall in the McCallie-Kennedy Library
Once the mural is up, students and faculty are encouraged to take a picture with the wings and think about #WhatLiftsYou!!
Individual Basketball Training for all ages, hosted by Coach Keith Dunn, starting Monday, 1/20/20, from 6-7:30PM.
We have set-up a lost and found table with lots of items with no name. Come by and take a look to see if anything might belong to your student. The table will stay up through Tuesday, January 21. After that all remaining items will be donated to the Tiger Pride clothing sale.
The world-famous Harlem Globetrotters will bring their new “Pushing the Limits” World Tour to Darlington School’s Huffman Center on Monday, March 16, 2020, at 7 p.m. Tickets are now on sale at harlemglobetrotters.com.
New to this year’s tour, and never been done before: