LOVE was on our minds as we embarked on a crafternoon adventure. The project began with corrugated cardboard precut into the word “love”. The scrapbook paper selection had something to please everyone. In fact, there were so many options it was hard to decide. Students traced each letter on the paper of their choice, cut them out and used glue sticks or Mod Podge to secure the paper. It is great to see people’s personality in their finished product. Way to be creative Crusaders!
Mrs. Wilkins has taught Family and Consumer Science classes at Legacy for three years. Her previous teaching assignments were at Maple Mountain, Landmark, Spanish Fork Junior, and Payson Junior high schools. She earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Family and Consumer Science Education from Brigham Young University. New Jersey, Southern California and Utah are the states she has called home. She has four daughters, one son-in-law and one grandchild due in March. Mrs. Wilkins has plans to fulfill a longtime goal next winter. “I love floral design and I love the Rose Parade!