Students at Central Middle School in Hartford, Wisconsin

Students at Central Middle School in Hartford, Wisconsin

Created by 8th grade students at Central Middle School in Hartford, Wisconsin

8th grade students at Central Middle School in Hartford, Wisconsin

8th grade students at Central Middle School in Hartford, Wisconsin

8th grade students at Central Middle School in Hartford, Wisconsin

8th grade students at Central Middle School in Hartford, Wisconsin


Title: Respect for All – Responsibility for All

Homeroom: Mrs. Fisher

Number of students: 21

Grade: 8th 

Teacher and organizer: Pamela Brandt

Dream Theme: Respect and Responsibility / Community

Materials & techniques used: Most groups used marker or paints but some added other objects including fabric. Markers

Did your group enjoy working on this project? This was a very nice way to combine art projects with the themes for our school this year.

Participants: There are 28 different works of art. Each one was created by a homeroom of 16 – 24 students. I have taken photos of the work as well as each homeroom with their work. I also had them answer the questions explaining their piece and will be sending that along with each piece.

What is your art about? Our artwork shows / symbolizes different people (different colored hands) joined together in a community of respect and responsibility. 

Our school’s theme this year is respect and responsibility. Each trimester we focus on how students can show this through self, others and the environment. Each grade was given a different component of this – 6th grade – environment, 7th grade – self, and 8th grade – others. I will be sending along a handout that was given to each homeroom to use in completing this project.Learn more about how this school participated at https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3VmmD_bi9xPZzB6bkZwLUZkYzg/edit?usp=sharing

 

Created by 8th grade students at Central Middle School in Hartford, Wisconsin
8th grade students at Central Middle School in Hartford, Wisconsin8th grade students at Central Middle School in Hartford, Wisconsin
Title: Respect

Homeroom: Elliott

Number of students: 20

Grade: 8th 

Teacher and organizer: Pamela Brandt

Dream Theme: Respect and Responsibility / Community

Materials & techniques used: Most groups used marker or paints but some added other objects including fabric. Markers

Did your group enjoy working on this project? This was a very nice way to combine art projects with the themes for our school this year.

Participants: There are 28 different works of art. Each one was created by a homeroom of 16 – 24 students. I have taken photos of the work as well as each homeroom with their work. I also had them answer the questions explaining their piece and will be sending that along with each piece.

What is your art about? Respect. Everyone should have and show respect. It was given to us.

Our school’s theme this year is respect and responsibility. Each trimester we focus on how students can show this through self, others and the environment. Each grade was given a different component of this – 6th grade – environment, 7th grade – self, and 8th grade – others. I will be sending along a handout that was given to each homeroom to use in completing this project.

Learn more about how this school participated at https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3VmmD_bi9xPZzB6bkZwLUZkYzg/edit?usp=sharing

 

Created by 7th grade students at Central Middle School in Hartford, Wisconsin

7th grade students at Central Middle School in Hartford, Wisconsin

7th grade students at Central Middle School in Hartford, Wisconsin

7th grade students at Central Middle School in Hartford, Wisconsin

7th grade students at Central Middle School in Hartford, Wisconsin


Title: Quilt

Homeroom: Mr. Wortman

Number of students: 19

Grade: 7th  

Teacher and organizer: Pamela Brandt

Dream Theme: Respect and Responsibility / Community

Materials & techniques used: Most groups used marker or paints but some added other objects including fabric. Spray paint, markers, and lines

Did your group enjoy working on this project? This was a very nice way to combine art projects with the themes for our school this year.

Participants: There are 28 different works of art. Each one was created by a homeroom of 16 – 24 students. I have taken photos of the work as well as each homeroom with their work. I also had them answer the questions explaining their piece and will be sending that along with each piece.

What is your art about? We were thinking about respect and lines.

Our school’s theme this year is respect and responsibility. Each trimester we focus on how students can show this through self, others and the environment. Each grade was given a different component of this – 6th grade – environment, 7th grade – self, and 8th grade – others. I will be sending along a handout that was given to each homeroom to use in completing this project.

Learn more about how this school participated at https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3VmmD_bi9xPZzB6bkZwLUZkYzg/edit?usp=sharing

 

Created by 7th grade students at Central Middle School in Hartford, Wisconsin
7th grade students at Central Middle School in Hartford, Wisconsin
Title: Respect and Responsibility for Self

Homeroom: Nelson G103

Grade: 7th 

Teacher and organizer: Pamela Brandt

Dream Theme: Respect and Responsibility / Community

Materials & techniques used: Most groups used marker or paints but some added other objects including fabric. Puffy paint and pencil 

Did your group enjoy working on this project? This was a very nice way to combine art projects with the themes for our school this year.

Participants: There are 28 different works of art. Each one was created by a homeroom of 16 – 24 students. I have taken photos of the work as well as each homeroom with their work. I also had them answer the questions explaining their piece and will be sending that along with each piece.

What is your art about? We came up with some of the ideas all as a class.

Our school’s theme this year is respect and responsibility. Each trimester we focus on how students can show this through self, others and the environment. Each grade was given a different component of this – 6th grade – environment, 7th grade – self, and 8th grade – others. I will be sending along a handout that was given to each homeroom to use in completing this project.

Learn more about how this school participated at https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3VmmD_bi9xPZzB6bkZwLUZkYzg/edit?usp=sharing