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Art on a Cart
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]John Royo
Wed, 27 Dec 1995 16:27:58 -0500 (EST)
It all might depend on your relationship with your students and
parents, do they know what is happening???? sometimes those quiet
conversations with key parents can provide your salvation, and don't
forget your county/district level art supervisior. In addition, talking
with your administration and letting them know about the materials that
you work with, clay, paint, plaster, and how they destroy classroom
flooring, especially carpeted(sp) areas. Prepare your chief custodian as
well, let them know what kinds of "stains" and disasters that might occur
in non-art areas, let them, and the parents come to your defense and keep
you in your room. Above all, if you are moved out of your room, continue
your program and do a school wide unit on action painting 8)
Deep Run Elementary School
Howard County Schools, Maryland
On Wed, 27 Dec 1995 Fimette wrote:
> I am interested in discussing the growing trend of schools in which art
> teachers are being displaced due to space limitations,etc. I am an elementary
> school art teacher who will probably be losing my room. This is an unpleasant
> reality for many of us. Perhaps we can share our thoughts,
> strategies, ideas and solutions regarding this issue.
Maybe reply: Fimette: "Re: Art on a Cart"