Mrs. Platzer's Art students took Pablo Picasso's cubism to the next level, painting vibrant and unique cubes of "Picasso Faces" using discarded computer boxes. Working together on the cubes, students drew upon the inspiration of Picasso's cubist period, creating their own 'Picasso Face' to share with all. 

Vincent Van Gogh is known for his contrasting colors and his impasto style filled with hatch strokes and rolling, pulsing motions of his paintbrush. Van Gogh would stroke his paint on the canvas with a knife, or brush - almost like working with clay - the paint strokes forming marks with textures. One of his most famous paintings in his 'Sunflowers'.


Students grew a field of sunflowers to place in their vision of Van Gogh's 'Sunflowers'. Third graders use their talents and creativity drawing their sunflowers.


Fourth grade students attended Tim Horton's Camp Kentahten in September. About seventy-five students and eleven chaperons spent two nights and three days in Campbellsville, Kentucky at Green River Lake. Campers were kept very busy participating in a variety of activities designed to both inspire and challenge. Each activity helps young people learn, and achieve, the ideals of team work,friendship and community; goal setting and achievement; adventure, creativity and discovery; responsible leadership, environmental awareness, and peace.


Camp Kentahten is a program of the Tim Horton's Children Foundation. We would like to give a big Thank You to Mr. Tim Sublett and Tim Horton's for making the wonderful experience possible!

Camp Kentahten 2015, at the welcome gate.

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