Awesome Job Google Doodlers!!
Here are some of the finest examples of creativity from our 4th and 5th grade artists. Wonderful participation for the annual Doodle 4 Google contest!!
March is Youth Art Month, and is a time when educators across the nation promote the visual arts and art education in our country. Congratulations to the following Ralph M.T. Johnson School students, 5th grade students Greta B., Emma H. and Kailee M., and 4th grade students Claire F., Drew L., Preethika S. who have each had an outstanding work of art selected to be a part of the 2018 Connecticut Art Educator’s Association Youth Art Celebration.
The CAEA Youth Art Celebration is a K-12 art show for all students in Connecticut. Their work will be on display at the Central Connecticut State University Art Gallery and Fine Arts Center, in New Britain, Connecticut, from March 5th – April 6th 2018. The Opening reception will be on Saturday, March 10, 2018 from 2:00– 4:00 p.m.
Thank you for your outstanding efforts and congratulations on this achievement!!
On Monday, February 12, 2018 Johnson School had the pleasure of participating in the 19th Annual Celebration of the Arts, at the Aqua Turf Club in Southington, CT.
Our school honorees are fifth graders Lola Huseby and Cris Menendez. Both students were recognized for their outstanding citizenship, cooperative skills, and artistic ability in the performing and/or visual arts.
Both Lola and Cris are extraordinary students with exceptional skills in the arts. They are admirable individuals who are fair, honest, kind, compassionate, and helpful. They often exceed the expectations of their teachers and they are terrific role models for their peers.
Ms. McCue, Ms. Carpentier, Mrs. Liquori, Mrs. Claridge, and the students’ families attended this wonderful event to celebrate the efforts and achievements of these two fine individuals. Congratulations to you both!
I have been teaching art at R.M.T. Johnson School since January 2001. I hope to encourage my students to use their creative experiences and become innovative explorers.