Specials Fine Arts and PE Schedule - 2016 and 2017
Students will go to every fine arts each week. Students will go to PE at least two times each week.Mondays are called “Multi Monday” where every group will go to PE for 25 minutes and one fine arts class for 25 minutes. This rotation repeats itself every three weeks beginning on a Tuesday. If we miss a day, it won’t be made up.
Drawing Desk in the art room as a morning activity 7:30-7:50 a.m.
Download PDF to see what is being featured each week.
Happy new year, teachers! As you gear up for the spring semester, we encourage you and your students to participate in our 17th Annual Wells Fargo Student Art Contest. Public-, private-, charter- and home-schooled students in grades K-12 are invited to create art as they compete for over $7,500 in prizes, scholarships and art supplies!
Registration forms, including 2015 rules
and guidelines, can be downloaded on the right. For more inspiration, visit www.spahouston.org/artcontest, where you’ll find a teacher packet and other online resources.
Exhibit at Glassell Junior School | April 6 - May 10
Exhibit at IKEA Houston | Dates TBD
Students Can Participate in Art Contests, Slogan Contest, and Scholarship Competition
Take Care of Texas and Keep Texas Beautiful (KTB) are looking for student artwork focusing on keeping Texas' environment clean for future generations. KTB is also looking for some student help developing a new slogan for Don't mess with Texas cans across the state.
Open to all K-5 students in Texas, the Take Care of Texas Kids Art Contest is looking for artwork depicting how the students, along with their friends and families, can help keep the air and water clean, conserve water and energy, and reduce waste. One
grand-prize winner will receive a Samsung laptop, and 15 students will win a Samsung tablet. The contest begins Monday, January 5, and artwork must be received by Friday, March 6.
Don't mess with Texas and KTB are teaming up for the second annual Don't mess with Texas Elementary School Art Contest. Students in K-5 are
invited to submit original artwork promoting litter prevention and keeping Texas beautiful. The top 12 designs will be included in the 2016 Don't mess with Texas calendar, and each winner will receive an iDea USA 8-inch tablet. Details, including deadlines, will be posted soon.
Don't mess with Texas is also offering college scholarships for high school seniors. They will also announce details for their middle school slogan contest early this year.
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