Your child spends most of their time in school, surrounded by individuals who directly influence their well-being – teachers and fellow students alike. That is why it’s incredibly important to choose the right school for your child. You know that it is essential that your child with autism or other special needs receives a comprehensive education, hones their social skills, and are given the opportunity to thrive, but how do you find the right school that can bring all of these aspects together?
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!