The 5th and 6th graders made these feathers in a response and support for the Kindness Day that we had in January. Each student painted a feather and wrote words of kindness or positivity on the feather. Together they will make beautiful wings of kindness. The wings are going up outside the restrooms in the hall that leads to the cafeteria. Students (and teachers) can be photographed in front of the wings in that location.
To celebrate Black History Month, 5th and 6th grade students have been creating artwork by using only words as their subject. Students chose an inspiring quote from an African American from the present or past and are using their lettering skills to present the words in a powerful presentation.
We've been working hard on learning to sew. Threading needles and knot tying are skills that we are not born with. Your kid can now sew on a button! Many students have been challenging themselves to learn some embroidery stitches and are finding creative ways to combine fabric, buttons, and other stuff to make these amazing Stuffed Monsters!