Bertucci’s Night raises money for Global Issues

The Global Issues class hosted a dinner at Bertucci’s Restaurant, in Beverly. It was a fundraiser for Malaria eradication. 15% of what was spent on dinner was donated to “Malaria No More”.

Sophomore Jack Colpoy’s and Wolf Hahn sit next to each other for dinner. To prevent Malaria, Malaria No More gathers money to buy nets. The nets go to children’s homes and hospitals for prevention of the disease. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore Jack Colpoy’s and Wolf Hahn sit next to each other for dinner. To prevent Malaria, Malaria No More gathers money to buy nets. The nets go to children’s homes and hospitals for prevention of the disease. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomores Wolf Hahn and Jack Garvey are enjoying their pizza! Malaria No More diagnosis children with this disease and treats it. The treatment costs 1 dollar and treats a child in 1 to 3 days.  Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomores Wolf Hahn and Jack Garvey are enjoying their pizza! Malaria No More diagnosis children with this disease and treats it. The treatment costs 1 dollar and treats a child in 1 to 3 days. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Right before the food came out; the boys passed plates around the table to get ready for pizza. Malaria is in the top 3 killers of children worldwide! Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Right before the food came out; the boys passed plates around the table to get ready for pizza. Malaria is in the top 3 killers of children worldwide! Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Most of the baseball team attended this fundraiser. The boys gathered around their table and waited patiently for their food to be served. The total cost of their meal was 375 dollars. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Most of the baseball team attended this fundraiser. The boys gathered around their table and waited patiently for their food to be served. The total cost of their meal was 375 dollars. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Freshman Robbie Sarmanian, Cosmo Pallazola, Mitch Paccone, with their 8th grade friend Ryan Garlitz got a ton of pizza’s. This was to support the “Malaria No More”. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Freshman Robbie Sarmanian, Cosmo Pallazola, Mitch Paccone, with their 8th grade friend Ryan Garlitz got a ton of pizza’s. This was to support the “Malaria No More”. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

 

Seniors Brett Williams and Teddy Economo were sitting on the benches waiting for the rest of their team to be finished. For most of the night they were welcoming students from Manchester Essex into the restaurant. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Seniors Brett Williams and Teddy Economo were sitting on the benches waiting for the rest of their team to be finished. For most of the night they were welcoming students from Manchester Essex into the restaurant. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Eighth grader Ryan Garlitz went to dinner with his 9th grade friends. Scientists and organizations are currently in the process of creating a vaccine for Malaria to help stop it! Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Eighth grader Ryan Garlitz went to dinner with his 9th grade friends. Scientists and organizations are currently in the process of creating a vaccine for Malaria to help stop it! Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

Every 60 seconds a child dies from Malaria. Junior Isabella Repucci looks at the Bertucci’s menu to see what she wants to buy as a contribution to this fundraiser. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Every 60 seconds a child dies from Malaria. Junior Isabella Repucci looks at the Bertucci’s menu to see what she wants to buy as a contribution to this fundraiser. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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Ceramics class differentiates projects

The objectives in ceramics class are different every day because 2 levels are taught at once. Different things have to be done to complete the ceramics process. All students work at their own pace and use different tools to finish their pieces.

Junior Paige Lafferty is making a pot and smoothening out the sides of it. This process is to attach the base and sides of the pot, as well as smoothening it. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Junior Paige Lafferty is making a pot and smoothening out the sides of it. This process is to attach the base and sides of the pot, as well as smoothening it. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Junior Cassandra Gonser is using a fettling knife to cut into her block she is making. This tool is not the easiest tool to use to cut through clay, the exacto knife is. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Junior Cassandra Gonser is using a fettling knife to cut into her block she is making. This tool is not the easiest tool to use to cut through clay, the exacto knife is. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Students used slabs to create a box. They stick it under a roller to then create an even piece of clay. When putting together the sides of the box, the artist needs to score and, use magic water, and that will form a corner. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Students used slabs to create a box. They stick it under a roller to then create an even piece of clay. When putting together the sides of the box, the artist needs to score and, use magic water, and that will form a corner. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Junior Ethan Andersen is doing a critique. All students do this every Friday to give other classmates some critical advice on their artwork. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Junior Ethan Andersen is doing a critique. All students do this every Friday to give other classmates some critical advice on their artwork. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
In ceramics some sculptures can either have texture, or be simple. This box is simple, but its minimalism is aesthetically pleasing. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
In ceramics some sculptures can either have texture, or be simple. This box is simple, but its minimalism is aesthetically pleasing. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Junior Caisi Calandra is using a rib to smoothen the base of her clay. The tool mainly removes any bumps that your clay could have. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Junior Caisi Calandra is using a rib to smoothen the base of her clay. The tool mainly removes any bumps that your clay could have. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Senior Madelyn Mulry is working on her piece. In ceramics, when clay is leather hard, tools are used to shave the bottom to smoothen your piece and make a foot. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Senior Madelyn Mulry is working on her piece. In ceramics, when clay is leather hard, tools are used to shave the bottom to smoothen your piece and make a foot. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

Mariah Litka has her work critiqued. When the class critiques they make judgments on artwork as well. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Mariah Litka has her work critiqued. When the class critiques they make judgments on artwork as well. Credit: Allie Sarmanian for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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