Tesseract School students, Phoenix, Arizona

Tesseract School students, Phoenix, Arizona

Tesseract School students, Phoenix, Arizona
Created by Tesseract School students, Phoenix, Arizona 
Teacher: Barbara A Nueske- Perez
Title: Aerial Refueling 
Theme: Technology 
Materials: Canvas, paint and marker. 
About: Tesseract Students took their art to the sky for a second time to wrap the Saturn V rocket in art. Exploring Women’s contributions to science and invention students celebrated the accomplishment of women who have lead the way in developing concepts still used today. From Chocolate Chip cookies to Kevlar vests Women have continued to make our world a wonderful and safe place to live.
Students also examined the top ten accomplishments/innovations of Space and aeronautics and created panels that reflect achievement that not onlygot us to the stars but keep us looking and traveling there.
Students further examined key components of innovation for science and math in applications from fuel to individual spacecraft travel as we look to further the 21C in current components for space inventions.

Tesseract School students, Phoenix, Arizona
Created by Tesseract School students, Phoenix, Arizona 
Artists: Sofia 
Teacher: Barbara A Nueske- Perez
Title: HMS Argus 
Theme: Technology 
Materials: Canvas, paint and marker. 
About: Tesseract Students took their art to the sky for a second time to wrap the Saturn V rocket in art. Exploring Women’s contributions to science and invention students celebrated the accomplishment of women who have lead the way in developing concepts still used today. From Chocolate Chip cookies to Kevlar vests Women have continued to make our world a wonderful and safe place to live.
Students also examined the top ten accomplishments/innovations of Space and aeronautics and created panels that reflect achievement that not onlygot us to the stars but keep us looking and traveling there.
Students further examined key components of innovation for science and math in applications from fuel to individual spacecraft travel as we look to further the 21C in current components for space inventions.

Tesseract School students, Phoenix, Arizona
Created by Tesseract School students, Phoenix, Arizona 
Artists: Ryan and Lydia 
Teacher: Barbara A Nueske- Perez
Title: Passenger Planes 
Theme: Technology 
Materials: Canvas, paint and marker. 
About: Tesseract Students took their art to the sky for a second time to wrap the Saturn V rocket in art. Exploring Women’s contributions to science and invention students celebrated the accomplishment of women who have lead the way in developing concepts still used today. From Chocolate Chip cookies to Kevlar vests Women have continued to make our world a wonderful and safe place to live.
Students also examined the top ten accomplishments/innovations of Space and aeronautics and created panels that reflect achievement that not onlygot us to the stars but keep us looking and traveling there.
Students further examined key components of innovation for science and math in applications from fuel to individual spacecraft travel as we look to further the 21C in current components for space inventions.