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Lesson Plans


expanding high school art facility

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Rebecca Gartley (gartley)
Sun, 07 Nov 1999 21:31:52 -0500


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At the highschool where I sub, which is quite a large city school, there is
only one art teacher. She really wants to expand the program. This could
mean a position for me. We were wondering if anyone had any experience with
getting the powers that be to expand the art facility at your school. Due to
poor design, the location of the small art room does not allow for growth.
We would like to propose that the district acquire a small building next to
the school to be strictly an art building. Of course we would be open to
other ideas and suggestions. Thanks

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expanding high school art facility At the highschool where I sub, which is quite a large city school, there is= only one art teacher. She really wants to expand the program. This could= mean a position for me.  We were wondering if anyone had any exper= ience with getting the powers that be to expand the art facility at your sch= ool. Due to poor design, the location of the small art room does not allow f= or growth.  We would like to propose that the district acquire a small = building next to the school to be strictly an art building. Of course we wou= ld be open to other ideas and suggestions.  Thanks

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