Art

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Alicia Hamilton

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Kindergarten- They are learning about the element of line and how lines are used to make different kinds of shapes. We also discussed primary colors. They each created abstract watercolor resist artwork. They were extra excited seeing how primary colors mixed to make new colors. 
First grade- Self-portraits! They learned what self portraits are and then created their own step by step. They then applied color and personal details. 
Second grade created self-portraits, of a different style. They used found objects and paint to "print" patterns on paper. Then they used their personalized papers to build a collage portrait. Each one has unique clothing, hair and hats.
Third Grade- They already finished their “Expressive” self portraits, which are hanging on display. Now they’ve moved on to a printmaking project inspired by artist Jasper Johns. In the photos, they are using forks and black paint to create a graphic print as the background of their art piece. 
Fifth Grade- During the first two days of school, every student made feathers to contribute to a collaborative mural displayed in the elementary hallway. "Spread your wings and see how far you can fly" is the theme of the mural. Each student painted paper that was used by other students to make the wings, and they each embellished the paper wings with additional unique designs and patterns. Fifth graders created their self-portraits with a bold patterned "wallpaper" background. They learned about the proportions of facial features, painted using liquid watercolor and applied details and accents with chalk pastel. 
Sixth graders discovered the portrait artist Kehinde Wiley. They created self portraits, cut them out and put them on top of a handmade foam-stamp designed background. They applied some of the stamps on top of the portrait to create a sense of space and depth. 

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Jenie Lacour

Sewing

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Avery Kojis

1st Grade- Finished pencil holders, learning scissors control and basic stitches. 
2nd Grade- Tic tac toe pouch! This project required backstitching, blanket stitching, and some fun! 
2nd/3rd/5th Grade- Finished jellyfish garlands. Learning to follow cut patterns and basic stitching. 
5th Grade- Tic tac toe tournament using their projects from this past week: tic tac toe button pouches. 
6th Grade- Finished products! Learning how to make a simple stuffed animal. 

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Natalie Grasier

Choir/Theater
 
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Megan Rockhold

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Scott Laborde

Engineering

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David Boe

   Jiu Jitsu

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              Dustin Borrel

Weightlifting