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Juniors Nikki Sabala and Isabel Mora show their hard work to the world. Fashion Club members made blankets to donate to The Children’s Advocacy Center.

Quality quilts Juniors Nikki Sabala and Isabel Mora show their hard work to the world. Fashion Club members made blankets to donate to The Children’s Advocacy Center.

Quality quilts Juniors Nikki Sabala and Isabel Mora show their hard work to the world. Fashion Club members made blankets to donate to The Children’s Advocacy Center.

Quality quilts Juniors Nikki Sabala and Isabel Mora show their hard work to the world. Fashion Club members made blankets to donate to The Children’s Advocacy Center.

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Fashion may not be a typical subject in a physics classroom. However, physics teacher Paige Hodge created a new organization this year called Fashion Club. Physics and fashion-related tools are displayed all around the classroom.

“I started sewing [since junior high. And] I’ve taught all different sciences over the years and [I was] willing to do a subject most people aren’t,” Mrs. Hodges said.

Their current mission is to make blankets for the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County. The Children’s Advocacy Center’s mission is to provide a safe place for children victimized by neglect or abuse.

“It makes me feel like I’m doing something for a good cause,” senior Christopher Franklin said.

Sewing is a learning process and the people in the club are just learning the basics.

“Using the sewing machine was scary at first,“ junior Nikki Sabala said.

The Fashion Club members invite others to room 854 on Wednesdays during lunch to learn with them.

“[I want] kids to be able to apply their skills to make garments for themselves or give something their own personal style,” Mrs. Hodges said.

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