Waugh Chapel Elementary Gets New Playground Map

An Arundel High student took time this summer to paint a map of the United States on the playground at Waugh Chapel Elementary.

I stopped by on Friday morning to meet the school's new principal, Amanda Edmonds, and she took some time to show me one of the nice new additions at the school.

On the blacktop behind the school is a new map of the United States, painted by a former student.

Jennifer Hewitt, who attended Waugh Chapel Elementary and now goes to Arundel High, took time during the summer to paint the nicely detailed map, which is located right alongside the school's new playground.

You may recall that got a by students last year.

It's also worth noting that Waugh Chapel Elementary got some recent upgrades to the garden area in front of the school, and organized a garden project to improve the look of their school.

Do you know of any other school beautification projects? Let us know and share some photos.

Jeff Andrade August 24, 2012 at 07:50 PM
Ron, do you ever think before spout forth your blather? Lisa has you pegged correctly for behaving as an internet troll (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troll_(Internet)). The topic doesn't apparently matter. Kudos to Jennifer Hewitt and Principal Edmonds on this new addition to the Waugh Chapel Elementary school yard. Nice job.
Kathy August 24, 2012 at 10:01 PM
Kudos to Jennifer and her entire family (mom, dad and two sisters) for planning and executing this Gold Award project for Waugh Chapel Elementary! It was a great day of painting for all of us who helped! Thanks to Carianne Powers and Christian Hodges for their help as well, all on a very hot day!!
radarradar August 24, 2012 at 11:37 PM
An awesome job on the map! And yes, the Ronald guy was just a useless troll. And finally, how about Maryland painted as a 'red' state? Don't I wish...
Bart Hewitt August 24, 2012 at 11:53 PM
Thanks for the kind comments. Jennifer, her friends, and her sisters worked very hard on this project. We are very proud of her. Mom and Dad
Kevin P. Kaiss August 26, 2012 at 12:46 PM
Great Job Jennifer!


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