Ties & Tutus
In recognition of Creativity. Creativity means you come up with new and original ways to think about and do things. Great job having creativity!
Pictured are: Logan Abar, Nathaniel Crowe, Gavin Moore, Natalee Spiak, Austin Carpenter, Elliott Henry, Kenzie Phillips, Austyn Wells, Ashlyn Ritchie, Joshua Beaulieu, Matthew Montenegro, Seth VandenBerg, Mary Charlton & Willem Gleeson
Not pictured: William Nichols & Joshua Beaulieu
Remington Arts Festival
2018 Remington Arts Festival Student Art Competition and Exhibit took place at TAUNY last month.
Pictured: 1st grader Molly Tyo pointing to her apple oil pastel drawing entitled “The Beautiful Day” and 4th grader Mikaylah Chisholm with her “Blastoff to Purple Space” recycled art (1st Place Miscellaneous Award).
The following student also had work submitted:
Saige Blevins (1st Place Sculpture-paper mache), Caprice Keith - clay sculpture, Trystan Biller - ink print, Bella Whalen - drawing, Devin Johnson (Honorable Mention Most Unique Award - cave drawing), and Drew Carpenter (1st Place Most Unique Award - oil pastel drawing).
Writers Workshop Celebration
First grade had a Writing Workshop Celebration this week, and students had the opportunity to share their stories and paint pumpkins.
On October 18 Heuvelton Central School collaborated with the St. Lawrence County Historical Association to bring Master Story teller to Heuvelton Central School 5th-8th graders. Master Story teller, Jonathan Kruk, performed an interactive, dramatic retelling of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow while in period dress. He gave an introduction of the history of the area and time period and background information regarding the author, Washington Irving.