Humans of ECHS
Humans of ECHS – Nevaeh Bagby
"Art is stress-relieving. My last art project was the joker because that's my favorite villain. I mostly do pencil and cartoon drawings in my free time. I learned how to draw from my parents and brother because they can draw too. I draw because it's relaxing, and it takes my mind off of the bad stuff," said Nevaeh Bagby.
Humans of ECHS – Ella Wheeler
“I was born in Woodward and I moved to Elk City and stayed here ever since. I was really young, so I don’t remember going to school in Woodward. When I was younger I would play with my friends on the playground. We would play on the swings and talk. My friends varied when I was younger but as I got older they’ve been the same people. My best friends are Karina and Makiah. Friends that I have...
Humans of ECHS – Whitney Costello
"I’ve gone to Elk City schools forever. It was my second year of kindergarten, and I was in Mrs. Dixon’s class. I had a bowl cut and braces. I had some jacked-up teeth! I didn’t have any friends, but I remember meeting Mattie Thompson. But, I was scared of her because she had snot everywhere! We were in the same class and ended up meeting somehow. We accepted each other’s flaws and became best...
Humans of ECHS – James Johnson
“I was born in Michigan and after about three years I moved to Elk City and then I moved to Dallas. After about two years I moved back to Elk City and I grew up here, but sometimes we would move cities but in the end, we’ve stayed in Elk City ever since then. Since I wasn't old enough to remember my school experience in Michigan, my favorite memory in Elk City schools is playing with my friends on t...
Humans of ECHS – Karina Romero
“People tell me I’m good at drawing, not art but specifically drawing. I enjoy it because you can make something out of nothing. It’s amazing to me how you can have your own little world in your art. My last project was a stippling project of my family crest, but sadly I didn't finish it,” said Karina Romero.
Humans of ECHS – Josh Williams
“Drawing, not coloring or art in general, just sketching and stuff. I enjoy drawing because it’s making something from nothing, putting effort into it is worth the result. I like drawing abstract things. Sometimes I zone out completely when I draw. When I zone out, I just let my brain do what it wants on the paper, it’s relaxing,” said Josh Williams.
Humans of ECHS – Mason Mahl
“ I grew up going to Laguna Madre Christian Academy. I won the spelling bee and got Panera Bread for the day,” said Mason Mahl.