A little hard to spell and even harder to pronounce, Ms. Flaig's English I Honors classes made Egwugwu (EH-gwou-gwou) masks. The inspiration for this interesting project came from the book Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe. The task was to design a mask that represented the student's personality and ancestry. Afterwards, they had to present their mask to the class and explain how the design represented them.
It's that time of the year again, the TLA has been released. Last Friday, November 11th, 2017, EMIT students were gathered in the auditorium for the anticipated TLA release. This year's TLA dubbed Leap Across challenges students to design and build a bridge over a specific river in America. The following Monday team leaders randomly picked out a river from a basket of 50. This TLA has many challenges and team members must work together and support each other. #TLA #Projects #
The senior trip to Universal for a behind-the-scenes tour of Halloween Horror Nights was a successful. Dylan Kollath, EMIT graduate of 2012, put together an amazing program that showed how AutoCad and CNC drawings play an intricate role in the designing of these wonderfully, horrifying houses. Dylan was the lead designer of this year's American Horror house at HHN.
Sarah Tomlinson is a freshman this year. She loves dancing and her dog. Sarah has danced since she was in kindergarten and is currently dancing with a local company called She specializes in ballet. She is enjoying her first year of high school and the EMIT program. Recently, her English teacher Mrs. Treulieb requested students to write a short story. She also gave them application for entrance into the Marion County Public Library’s CREATE competition. Sarah’s short story wo