The study of art in NEISD is a high quality program for elementary and secondary schools. Our goal is for students to develop a personal voice through art-making; their artwork reflecting the solving of a creative challenge.
Students will understand why they make art rather than just what they are making or how they are making it. This initiates learning at a higher level and enhances learning in other content areas. Student artists are guided in their personal discovery of the visual arts through the study of art and artists of different cultures and periods.
Participating in art activities and studies will help students gain an understanding of self, others, and the environment. Through art education students develop visual literacy, increase critical and creative thinking processes that help them articulate and solve problems in a variety of ways, and learn to view art as a reflection of society.
We would LOVE to have you get involved with ART! There are a number of classes to choose from beyond Art 1-- from drawing, to digital photography, to sculpture, to painting, students are sure to find something they enjoy! For more information on any of the classes we offer, please feel free to contact me via email anytime.
If you are interested in pursuing art as an extra-curricular activity, our campus also offers a National Art Honor Society and Art Club, hosted by Mr. Ryan Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Mrs. Stephanie Smith (email@example.com). Please feel free to contact either teacher to find out how you can join!
- Analisa Shinn
- Kimberly Rumfelt
- Stephanie Smith
- Christy Dallahan
- Lee Miller
- Ryan Williams
Please watch the following video, detailing the path students can take in our art program.