Beautification Club Makes Classrooms Festive, Inviting


Beautifying Central’s Walls. Members of the Beautification club work to enhance Central’s appearance with decoration and themes. Posters appear throughout Central to recruit help. (photo by Mollygrace Harrell)

The Campus Beautification Club is a club that is made up of students who transform classrooms from traditional setups into rooms with more original and creative themes. One example of this club’s efforts is the room of English teacher and club sponsor Shawna Shannon, whose classroom is decorated to resemble a café, complete with booths in place of desks. The club meets every other Wednesday on B weeks. They meet during both lunches in room 102 to plan and work on projects. Beautification club is organized by co-presidents Lindsey Yarbrough and Sophie Francouer, vice president Olivia Bacot and secretary Annie Simon.