Cursive Club provides art and communionship to The Hill


Chris Ruiz-Torres

Sofia Mangini holding cursive artwork.

Kyra Paulus, Staff Writer

The Cursive Club has come to The Hill. The students make art with cursive and engage in other creative projects.

History teacher David Goobic, the head of the cursive club, believes it is an upstanding activity for students to understand the art of cursive writing.

“I believe it’s a lost art because cursive writing has kind of disappeared during the years,” Goobic said. “It is really a beautiful way to write and having the kids learn and understand is a great way to also understand older handwriting, etc.”

Sophomore Ellena Eurvis decided to try the club and ended up enjoying it. 

“Mr. Goobic recruited me during class and I thought why not.” Eurvis  said. “It’s a lot of fun, there are only a couple people there.”

Eurvis believes that it is a good thing to write to people, especially in the nursing home because they feel like the residents there appreciate them.

The Cursive Club meets every Thursday from 3:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. in room 215. All are welcome to come.