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RE: the alexander calder family


From: Fields, Linda (fieldsl_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed May 05 2004 - 06:46:05 PDT

Hi-If you worked in the Ed. Div., I bet you know my brother, and maybe my sister-in-law. My brother is Butch (LeVan) Smith. He used to be art supervisor at Lower Merion until they cut the position. My sister-in-law has taken many VAST programs. She is Jackye Smith. Congratulations on your new room! I've never had one. The last position I left, I had designed the room, then we moved and I never got to use it. No complaints, though-at least I have a room. Good luck! Linda

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Sent: Tuesday, May 04, 2004 8:49 PM
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Hi Linda - I teach a few miles from Harriton - at St. Anastasia in Newtown Square. I am anxiously awaiting the new addition being built to our school since I will have a brand new art classroom! No more carts!! I worked in the Div Education at the Philadelphia Museum of Art for nearly a decade (my first career!!). I'd love to teach at a school like Harriton, but am certified in Elementary, not Art K-12. More courses to do this coming fall! Sandy


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