The 8th grade class were asked to decorate 4 objects, a cross, a
circle, an oval and a crown. The students used oil based markers and
their imagination to make their objects come to life with secret messages and
meanings disguised in their art. The decorated objects were laid out in a
geometric pattern on a piece of foam core resulting in a magnificent, colorful,
modern art piece as seen here in it’s finished state! The art was
professionally matted and framed lending to it’s regal appearance; making it a
show piece for any wall! Any family would be lucky to acquire this
colorful design and I feel confident it will be a statement piece in any home.
A special thanks to Sebring Law
Get the "Royal" treatment as you and a friend spend the day with Principal Bogataj enjoying a Rays game! Watch the Rays take on the Kansas City Royals, Thursday, May 11 @ 1:10pm. A "royal" lunch will be provided.
Each Fourth Grade student has designed, sculpted, and brushed with gold a clay cross, which hangs in a rustic wooden frame collage from hemp ribbons. Beautiful and blessed.
Special thanks to Sally Hayes, Darlene Henwood, Ashleigh Thornton and Becky Wahlberg.
Get the "Royal" treatment as you and a friend spend the day with Coach Shaffer enjoying a Rays game! Watch the Rays take on the Kansas City Royals, Thursday, May 11 at 1:10pm. Lunch will be provided.
Thanks to: Coach Shaffer
Each Sixth Grade student has designed a cross motif section of paper mosaic which surrounds a beautiful beveled mirror. The metallic patterns on the "tiles" were also painted in acrylic by our students, a nice reflection on their creativity!
Special thanks to Lori Stoller.
Second Grade students will be celebrating their First Holy Communion this May. What could be more meaningful than a decorative Wall Rosary made from clay? This is a class tradition!
Special thanks to Maria Thompson.