Congratulations to Ashley Monks (Indiantown Middle School art teacher) for being selected as the Middle School Division Leader for FAEA. We know she will be a great asset to the State Board!
Congratulations to Shayne King (Jensen Beach High School) for her "U.S. Constitution" themed artwork that was disseminated to all district computers during the special edition of Word of the Week (WOTW) for Constitution Week, September 14 to 18. Check back for other special editions that will also be sponsored by Martin County High School and South Fork High School art students for Veterans Day (November 11), Medal of Honor Day (March 25), and Memorial Day (May 31).
Art in the Capitol
Congratulations to Liani Brown (Indiantown Middle School) who won the SY2019-2020 competition. Liani presented her artwork to Sheila Fallon, Representative Magar's assistant, who will display the artwork in the State Capitol during the upcoming legislative session.
Arts Council of Martin County, Chick-fil-A, and Martin County Supervisor of Elections art competitions
Congratulations to the SY2019-2020 high school winners of the Color Me Patriotic competition!
Congratulations to the SY2019-2020 middle school winners of the Voting Poster competition!
Congratulations to Bryan Onuska, the SY2019-2020 middle school winner of the Constitution Week art competition!
Caring Children Clothing Children (4Cs) Mural Project
Through a collaborative project with 4Cs, Shelby Power's art students (South Fork High School) designed and painted a mural for the children's clothing store in Stuart. Shelby and her students worked over the Thanksgiving's break to bring the project to fruition.
Congressional Art Winner
Congratulations to Aleesia Wise (grade 11, MCHS) for being selected by Congressman Mast as the SY2018-2019 winner. Aleesia's artwork will hang in the U.S. Capitol this year.
Elementary Art Show
Thanks to the elementary teachers and the Children's Museum for showcasing student artwork!
Kids Tag Art Project
Elementary School art teachers worked with their grade 5 art students to create—and subsequently submit—artwork for the “Kids Tag Art” program sponsored by the Martin County Tax Collector Office. The artwork is being made into fobs and tags that can be purchased, with all proceeds being returned to schools. Although winners have been recognized at each school, the awards ceremony was held on February 5, 2020, at the Children's Museum. View all artwork and order your tags at www.mckta.com
- Anjolie Sobieraj, Principal’s Award
- Anushka Asopa, Principal’s Award
- Brianne Murray, Catch of the day Award
- Brooklyn Baker, Principal’s Award
- Morgan Weeks, Principal’s Award
- Yareli Herrera, Principal’s Award
- Katie Frank, Behind the Badge Award
- Amira Jimenez, Principal’s Award
- Daniel McBride, Principal’s Award
- Talley Crary, Award of Distinction
- Cole Watkins, Principal’s Award
- Scouten McGighan, Life is Better by the Water Award
- Lily Thompson, Wagging Tail Award
- Caylee Devine, Tax Collector’s Choice
- Connolly Mayo, Principal’s Award
- Najah Karake, Principal’s Award
- Yesenia Francisco, Principal’s Award
- Emily Lamb, Principal’s Award
Special thanks to our art teachers for engaging their students in humanitarin efforts and geopolitics! (Click each of the images below to view the video.)
Columbian Memory Project (Martha Saum, Palm City Elementary)
Haitian Memory Project (Amanda Jones, Martin County High School)
Peru Memory Project (Amanda Jones, Martin County High School)
Syrian Memory Project (Amanda Jones, Martin County High School)
Music in Our Schools
Congratulations to K12 music teachers and their students for an exceptional event at Martin County High School! (The SY19-20 event was cancelled due to the pandemic.)
Stuart Mural Project
Through a collaborative project with the City of Stuart, Bryan Johnson's and Amanda Jones' art students (Martin County High School) are painting The History of Martin County mural, which is showcased on the Prescription Shop’s north-facing wall in downtown Stuart.
Waste Management Project
Congratulations to Celessa Bradlow (Seawind Elementary) for winning the Waste Management poster contest. Here is her artwork posted on one of the company’s vehicles.