#ED677 Tracey dean

RHS Art Club and National Honor Society sponsored a "maker" table at Wayne Elementary School's first annual Earth Day event
Arcosanti inspired windbells
Proceeds go to the food bank @Wayne United Methodist Church, Wayne, PA
Community connection: Bowling Nights RHS students, teachers, guidance counselors and community members helped to create over 250 hand crafted bowls.
National connection: MLK Day of Service event; Empty Bowl glazing
Empty Bowls "Souper Bowl" Dinner Local Business connections: Spring Mill bread company in Wayne, PA donated bread and The Franklin Fountain, Philadelphia, PA donated ice cream. Wayne United Methodist Chirch, Wayne, PA hosts the dinner and their church community donates crockpots of soup.
Cross-curricular connection: Essentials of Cooking class baked loaves of bread for the Empty Bowls "Souper Bowl" dinner
Our high school has a 1:1 iPad initiative
IPad Art Club meets monthly, however artworks are curated and shared through our LMS, Schoology. This club is open to district students, teachers and administrators.

I had NO idea what the Mannequin Challenge was, my students taught me. Agreeing to this spontaneous request gave me serious teacher credibility with a large class.

One Book One School: Endangered by Eliot Schrefer was a great subject for students to learn the app Explain Everything

Student used iMovie to record and edit herself into a work of art inspired by Pop Artist, Roy Lichtenstein

What Makes RHS Great? Romero Britto inspired mixed Media collages
Mandalas: How to relieve stress
Maker Space: Mr. Potato Head pieces were a huge hit at Arts Night.
Artist connection: Keith Haring "Public Art" project

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