Celebrate Music & Art Appreciation Month!
🎼March is Music in our Schools and Youth Art Month !🎨 🥳Check out the fun our music and art teachers have planned for next week to help celebrate! 👩🏫👨🏫Monday, March 20: Parent-Teacher Conferences from 9 am-Noon. Enjoy your . . .
Tammy Dooley: Teacher Spotlight
🥳Help us celebrate our next Teacher Spotlight #HomegrownHero, Elementary Art Teacher, Mrs. Tammy Dooley! 👩🏫Tammy tells us, "I was born and raised right here in Putnam County on the West end. After graduating from . . .
Celebrating the Arts in March
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Celebrating the Arts The Arts Appreciation Month of March: Music in Our Schools Month & Youth Art Month *We will be celebrating the Arts the week of March 21st-March . . .
Elementary Art Club Has a Lot of Heart!
Our Elementary Art Club members have a lot of HEART! We have a great art club this year made up of 2 groups of 4th & 5th-grade students. We are spreading love and kindness through our art. Currently, students are making a bunch of . . .
It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas!
We have been busy in Elementary. We just had a successful Christmas Music Program & Art Show. Students worked hard on their creations. We have also put up the large Christmas tree outside the gym and are working on ornaments. Art TAG . . .
Pumpkins! Pumpkins! Pumpkins!
Pumpkins Everywhere! We were so very blessed to have a huge donation of 300 or so snow-white pumpkins to the elementary art department. A big thank you to Lora & Brian R. We have never had such a generous donation of pumpkins. There . . .
Getting Messy in the Art room
Preschool is practicing our shapes and colors. In Kindergarten we have been practicing lines and now we are working on our fall Indian corn project. As you can see from our photos we get into our artwork. :) First grade is . . .
We are off to a flying start this new school year! The theme in our elementary school is "Be the One". Be the one to go the extra mile, be a helper, good friend... My students are creating bees, many, many . . .
PCR-I Celebrates the Arts
Music in our Schools & Youth Art Month
Celebrating the Arts The Arts Appreciation Month of March: Music in Our Schools Month & Youth Art Month *We will be celebrating the Arts the week of March . . .
We have been busy creating wonderful pieces in the Elementary Art room this year. Art TAG made Winterfest buttons to spread cheer. Students have been busy painting, drawing, printing, and using clay. Check out the pictures to see the joy . . .
Art Club Fun!
Fifth Grade Art Club students enjoyed the beautiful weather outside and added some color to the playground! Thank you to Mrs. Dooley and the Art club students for their work! "Count your rainbows, not your thunderstorms!"
Art and Music Month Celebrations
I hope all of our Putnam County families are doing well! We are celebrating the Arts from home and online this week, March 30th-April 3rd. We have NEW dress-up days and activities to do from home. These are listed below and on Mrs. . . .
Mrs. Dooley’s Google Site
Mrs. Dooley’s Google Site and At Home Learning
Elementary Art Show
Students worked hard and had a fun time doing it! First, second, and fifth grade showcased some of their wonderful projects at our annual winter art show and music program. Also on display were Elementary Art Club art and Art . . .
Wonderful World of Art at PCR-I Elementary
We had a great turn out for our annual Spring show. We showcased Kindergarten, 3rd grade, 4th grade, Art Club, and Art TAG artwork. Thank you to all my awesome students, staff, and family for all your help and support! . . .
Celebrating Art and Music
Melodies of music, a scent of paint, sounds of a sewing machine working away, and joyful giggles were all coming from the elementary lunch room last week. We wanted to show the importance of music and art in our schools and to . . .
Celebrating the Arts in the Elementary
We are excited to be able to celebrate the Arts this coming week. Youth Art and Music in Our Schools Month are celebrated in March. The Arts are an important part of our life. Students and staff can show support by . . .
Cityscapes and Triangles!
Third grade has been busy creating beautiful cityscapes. They each learned about cityscapes and made their own cutout patterns. Then we used brightly colored chalk and rubbed it onto our black papers. Each student added a moon, . . .
Celebrating the Dot
We kicked off the school year by making our own dots. Classes began by reading the book The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds. Each grade level, preschool through fifth grade had to work within a certain color family. Students could use . . .