In preparation for our First Farmers’ Market at MBTS, two parents very kindly donated and sewed a canvas (thank you Miss Dawn and Miss Debbie V.) and the Upper Elementary classrooms embraced the challenge of writing and painting a banner for the market during Art.
Creating works of art that have real, practical use in the community is an effortless and engaging way to make Visual Art more meaningful to budding artists.
Thank you all for your wonderful – and useful – work of art!
November has been a busy month in the Middle Years Program! After weeks of practice and rehearsal, we presented a play for Remembrance Day to an appreciative audience made up of students in Grades Three, Four, and Five. We can’t forget the Grade Six students who ALL volunteered to be part of the play!
After the play, everyone observed two minutes of silence to reflect and remember the fallen soldiers. To conclude, the Grade Six and Grade Seven students recited the famous First World War poem, “In Flanders Fields.”