Our students studied De Stijl, Dutch for "The Style", also known as neoplasticism, was a Dutch artistic movement founded in 1917 in Amsterdam. They simplified visual compositions to vertical and horizontal, using only black, white and primary colors. Their work can be found around the campus!
Our Community Service Club students are on a roll doing community service. They volunteered at the Chandler Christian Community Center. Great job and keep up the good work!
Art exploration class learned about famous artist Claes Oldenberg.
Oldenberg created giant objects made of cloth stuffed with paper or rags. In 1962 he created huge canvas-covered, foam-rubber sculptures of an ice-cream cone, a hamburger, and a slice of cake. You might be familiar with two of his famous works, the Free Stamp and the Spoon.
Following in his footsteps, our students made fake milkshakes!
Our Junior class attended the Autism Job Fair to explore potential job opportunities.
During winter of 2016, a group of students performed for parents and friends. After weeks of preparation and collaboration, they were ready to get up on the stage with confidence!
Our Chandler students watching Ms. Kristen prep a turkey for a Thanksgiving feast tomorrow. Their reactions are priceless! LOL!
Students practiced their Discus skills with frozen waffles.
Today, our student's practiced the infamous Long Jump!
Students had a blast participating in the bean bag toss game!
To get in the spirit of the Olympics, we decided to have our own! Day 1 was a tribute to the balance beam.