The FAMU DRS Seniors, Class of 2022, have completed their final art project, the Senior Chair. Many of the class members have signed the chair along with a few faculty members. Due to scheduling conflicts, we were not able to have a traditional chair signing party with food and celebration but the project manager, Antania Davis, and her assistant managers, Ameari Logan and Kaniyah Harris, improvised and had seniors to meet and sign without our usual Senior Chair Signing Day fanfare. The project managers were very effective in their leadership to complete the project and the seniors came together to create their legacy project. Their teachers and administrators were asked to sign the top back panel of the chair. The Class of 2022 Senior Chair will be on display in the lobby of the high school building.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) By: Shniece Archer — You'll start to see new trees spouting up at FAMU DRS High School.
To kick off earth day students joined forces with the United States Department of Agriculture, FAMU's College of Agriculture & Food Sciences and the University Scholarship Program.
Friday, they planted trees that will grow and help bring resources to our community but that's not all that's in store for an earth filled weekend.
George Montgomery United States Department of Agriculture Program Liaison says ...he's bringing an earth day scavenger hunt to cascades park and he says its important for students to be there.
"They are part of it. The sooner you realize whats growing around you and understand how you can apply what you learned outside you also learn that in the classroom," George Montgomery, United States Department of Agriculture Program Liaison said.