Severna Park students help modernize Chesapeake Children’s Museum

| January 18, 2015 | 1 Comment

Severna Park High School seniors Katrina McNally and Sarah Weinstein work with a trio of underclassmen to help modernize the old Annapolis museum. For their Leadership class, they created a service learning project targeted towards the Chesapeake Children’s Museum in Annapolis. The students are building educational panels to line the walkway to the building in order to attract kids and teens to learning.

This museum is a big part of many children’s lives as a place to come to when they have nothing to do after school, and when instructed to build and implement a service learning project this place struck the two seniors as a great place that needed some TLC. One of the two panels educated on prey as well as animal footprints, whereas the other panel explains the pollination process and its importance.

Luckily, this project was able to leave a big mark on the Annapolis museum and their visitors. We encourage everyone to go take a look at these detailed panels created by local students from Severna Park High School.

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