SGA Rock Painting

Lonna Ward, Staff Writer

The members of SGA painted the class rocks at the front of the school social distancing style. There are four rocks, and each one represents each class; at the beginning of each school year, the designs from the previous year are painted over by the new class. You can find these rocks near the school’s main entrance by the sidewalk on the right side of the school. The senior rock was painted by Caroline Bryant, and Maisy Morse, Liz Valero, and Arlene Velasquez painted the junior rock. The sophomore rock was by Reyde Jones and Savannah Reed. The freshmen rock was painted by freshmen Addi Hardee with the help of sophomore Lauren Nelson.

Lauren and Addi painting over the design from last year.
Redye and Savannah making hand prints on the Sophomore rock.
The finished Sophomore class rock.
The finished senior rock.
The junior rock in progress.
The finished junior rock.
The senior rock in progress.
The finished Freshmen class rock.
SGA leader, Courtney Gore, supervising the rock painting.
Everyone getting their paint and other supplies for the rocks.