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Re: need help fast

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Iteachart7
Fri, 24 Sep 1999 17:04:54 EDT


In a message dated 9/24/99 9:38:35 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
rwilkin writes:

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When is art taught in you school? During school? After school?
Is art an elective, or otherwise "non-academic" course in your
school? Particularly need this information from our international
members.
I know everyone is busy at this time but I told my students that you
could help us.
Thank you so much
Reatha
Reatha Wilkins
Fine Arts Dept.
Carolina Forest Education Center
High School
Myrtle Beach, SC >>
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Dear Reatha:
In response to your request...
Bear, Delaware, USA
2 credits of fine arts are required to graduate as per Delaware State
requirements. However, they can also be music related. At our school (I
teach HS) Art is Part of the academic curriculum and an academic grade that
becomes part of their GPA is given. I teach 6 classes a day, both intro to
art and studio art meet 5 days a week and is part of their daily rotating
schedule.
I hope this helps
Gabrielle Bradley
Caravel Academy