For the safety of our students, team members, and community, there will be no meetings or events at our school during the school closure. This includes concerts and art exhibitions. We will continue to keep you informed throughout the closure of our schools, and we sincerely look forward to seeing everyone in person as soon as is possible and responsible.
If you need help, advice, suggestions, or to schedule a virtual arts gathering, contact your child’s art instructor. If you have a question about any of the arts calendars, please email Kevin Cleary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Arts have intrinsic value. They cultivate the whole child, building many kinds of literacy while developing intuition, reasoning, creativity, imagination, and dexterity into diverse forms of expression and communication. They Arts enable students to make decisions and seek multiple solutions. They improve perception, reflection, and creative thought. They advance higher order thinking skills of analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The Arts provide powerful tools for understanding human experiences and cultures – past, present and future.
Arts education engages students in a creative process that helps them develop the self-motivation, discipline, cooperation and self-esteem necessary for success in life.