Can you name the top three iconic logos globally? Warren School students (grades 3-6) are in the process of working with parent and artist, Mr. Daudlin, to generate a new school logo, possibly incorporating the current, beautiful "W." Students brainstormed ideas in art and are making multiple drafts like in Austin's Butterfly. Click here to see the top 50 most iconic logos.
James Morris School
Students in PreK through grade 6 are creating artwork during art classes for the JMS PTO Fundraiser Square 1 Art. Parents are able to order various products on-line, showcasing their child's artwork. Information regarding the ordering process will be coming home soon. The final artwork is due to Mrs. Sweet Friday, October 2.
Warren School and Goshen Center School will be creating artwork for Square 1 Art in early spring.
Students applied their observation skills by painting vegetables and flowers on paper to create beautiful placemats for the district's elementary schools annual harvest luncheons. Students participated in a sensory exercise of touch and smell with herbs. They brainstormed for ideas on how to use the herbs from prior knowledge and explored new ways that they might add the herbs to various recipes.
Students across the district K-6 drew Self-Portraits the first day of art class. Students used markers to create authentic drawings of "Who am I and How am I Seen?" They looked at master artists' portrait prints including Vincent van Gogh, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, and Frida Kahlo. The portraits will become part of each student's portfolio. At the 6th grade Moving-up ceremony, students will receive a collection of their K-6 Self-Portraits, which illustrate developmental growth and creativity.
I am an art teacher and TAG mentor for Region 6 Elementary Schools: Warren, Morris, and Goshen, CT.