Junior High Students recently completed their Grateful Trees project using sharpie markers and Liquid watercolor paint. Please enjoy their work below.
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This week kindergarten students will be practicing their color mixing skills by using a type of Play Doh called Model Magic to create the secondary colors of green, orange, and purple by mixing the primary colors red, yellow, and blue
Kindergarten students recently completed a Dot Day project to celebrate International Dot day on September 15th. Intenational Dot Day is based on the book “The Dot” by Peter H. Reynolds which encourages students “to start with a dot and see
Junior High students recently completed a Dot Day project for International Dot Day (September 15th, 2021) using fluorescent oil pastels to create a radially balanced design, They then used mini blacklight flashlights to make them glow along with some blacklight
All students in grades K-8 are celebrating International Dot Day in Art Classes this week. The actual day is Wednesday, September 15th, 2021. All students watched the Dot Day video book then created different age appropriate projects. K, 1st, and
Attention, attention! The benefits of the Arts in schools are hard to deny! I am so happy to have the opportunity to help our St. Juliana students be the best and most well rounded students that they can be! It
Please join in on Thursday, September 2, and come out of uniform if you donate to the Monahan Family Fundraiser. See the flyer below for more information. Thank you in advance for your generosity!
Enjoy a sneak peak of the Mini Self Portraits created by the Tuesday Art classes. All Students in grades Kindergarten through 8th grade will complete this day 1 project this week in Art classes. Look for the completed mural soon
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