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chalk fixative/elem discipline

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kathleen black (kblack)
Thu, 3 Sep 1998 10:33:28 -0400


Hello all central NY state back to school artsednet educators. I hope you
have a creative and productive year with no problems. :-) You too rest of
the world! I went back to my art room and found all the questionable art
materials out of the fire cabinet and in a box in the middle of the floor.
it seems that we have a lack of space and the custodian was told to get rid
of the fire cabinet. Now I am in violation of the fire code for the town
and don't have a place for the spray cans that I used to use outside after
school, and a substance to seal colored chalk. Do any of you know of a
safe replacement for fixative and rubber cement? I need a glue that will
not wrinkle the paper when mounting artwork.
Now, I have been reading messages about middle school discipline, but how
about comments concerning elementary kids who have emotional problems or
those who are negative about life and are most concerned with stirring up
other kids so they can have extra attention. When our schedules are at the
max, there is only 5 minutes between classes (not really) and we only see
these kids once a week and there are no after school busses, how can we
help these kids feel good enough about themselves so they don't annoy
others?

  • Maybe reply: Juncture: "Re: chalk fixative/elem discipline"
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