Posted February 06, 2019 08:09:33An arts and crafts class at St. Vincent de Paul Academy in Tampa, Florida, has created its own school logo design.
The school said it hopes to eventually use it on the school bus and in other educational materials.
The school’s director of business development, Emily Smith, said the school was inspired by the work of the school’s famous art teacher and design consultant, Barbara Tatum.
The idea came to Smith after the school received a request for creative writing and design students to create an art school logo, which the school says it has already used in the past.
Smith said she wanted to create a new school logo because of its timeless nature.
“We love to have it because it is an iconic symbol for our school,” Smith said.
The school says its logo is a symbol of the “new school” concept.
“I want to use it as a symbol to say ‘here is a new way of doing things.
We’re trying to move away from the traditional classroom, which is a way of teaching and learning,’ Smith said, according to NBC News.
This is a creative process, and I think it is really beautiful.”
The school’s logo design is an homage to the school.
Smith said the design is “inspired by the teacher Barbara Tumas work and by Barbara’s own design studio.”
Smith hopes to continue using the school logo in other ways, including in school newsletters, the school website, and other educational material.