Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Wednesday, June 26, 2019
5th and 6th grade spent the spring sprucing up the the USA map outside on the Pre-K-2 playground. Staff and students are loving the bright colors and noticed what a great community service project this is turning out to be. Some K-2 students even checked out the map while at recess for inspiration.
Great job to Mr. Wilcox's, Mrs. Young's, Mrs. Evans', and Mrs. Spencer's classes!
Monday, December 17, 2018
8th grade students have been working since the beginning of the year on their pet portraits of the cats and dogs up for adoption at the Animal Orphanage in Old Town. We had a memorable day on our trip there! We got to name a new kitten and even see an adoption take place. Here are some of the great paintings students worked on.
For more information or to donate your time or resources, please visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/AnimalOrphanageMaine/.
Monday, October 29, 2018
7th Grade is starting the year with a big painting project inspired by the impressionist painter, Vincent van Gogh. Many student chose Starry Night as their base and added their own creative twist. Some students chose other famous paintings by Van gogh as their fuel.
Great job, Mrs. Barnes' and Mr. Freeman's classes! I know how hard you worked on these. Everyone is very impressed with your professional display!
Featured artists: Ezekiel C., Peter H., Steven H., Michael F., Bryan S., Matt B., Andraya J., Evan C., Avery R., Desirae S., Emma L., Austin A., Anakin C., Dustin W., Ayden D., and Carter I.
Monday, October 8, 2018
This form will be going home this week to all students. Here you can find my contact information, curriculum topics by grade level, and current events! Attached is a volunteer form. Please keep the newsletter and return the volunteer slip if you wish to help out in the art room.
Thank you for your continued support!
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Sunday, April 22, 2018
Second graders have been hard at work on their cardboard sculptures! There were two rules: some part had to be made of cardboard and one part had to be moveable or interactive. Here are some of their very cool creations!
Artwork by Caitlin B., Dane C., Kal-el L., and Douglas,