YAC!!

Today a group of students from the Youth Advisory Council came to Richardson elementary school. The Youth Advisory Council is a county wide group that raises money for grants and helps the community. The art class there taught by Jamie Merdzinski is preparing for the Souper bowl supper. Which is a fund raiser held to raise money for the homeless shelter. This supper will be held in the Oscoda High School commons area from 5-7pm on Feb. 28. They are hoping to raise 3,000 dollars to help the homeless this year. The students have been making both posters and clay bowls to support the event. Working with the students was fun and a good experience. YAC is fun and helpful group of teenagers.we are making change happen.so if you want to feel what it’s like to help out and make change happen.then come and help make change happen!

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New Year To Do List

1.  Make Pots!

2. Glaze Pots!

3. Load pots in the kiln!

4. Fire Pots!

 

Clay Play Practice

Students in 3-8 are practicing with modeling clay to create sculptures.

Clay takes a lot of practice to master. We will be studying masters in the history of clay as we move on to using terracotta clay to make our soup bowls for our fundraiser.

COMPOST KIDS APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE TODAY!

Compost Kid is beginning at REMS!  Applications are available in the Art room during your lunch. Get your lunch first and then head on down any Monday to join the club!  After completing the application students will become leaders of our school composting program. Students will volunteer at lunch, educate through blogs and presentations and eventually harvest our school compost!

 

COMPOST KIDS Chatter Begins!

 

 

Today we began introducing students to the ideas of  COMPOST KIDS at REMS.  Teams cooperate to read the t-shirts and create posters to tell us about the program.  This year, Compost Kids will be completely student led. Monday meetings will be held to explore the greenhouse, learn about our school yard and work together on environmental projects.

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