This January and February, all grades (preK-5) will create artworks for the Art to Remember fundraiser to support the art program. Art to Remember provides families with an easy way to have their students’ artworks printed on items such as: ornaments, water bottles, and jewelry.
Sandersville has five students, one from 1st through 5th grades, whose artworks will be included in this year’s Elementary and Middle School All State Art Show. A link with be shared so families can enjoy exceptional student artworks from across the Commonwealth!
It’s time for the 2021 Doodle for Google Contest, the theme is “I am strong because…”. Use your imagination to create a Google Doodle based on what inner strength means to you.
What is the “Doodle for Google” contest? Doodle for Google is an annual art contest open to students in grades K-12. Students are invited to create their own Google doodle for the chance to have it featured on Google.com, as well as win some great scholarships and tech packages for their schools.
Original artwork, no copyrighted or trademarked characters, images, or logos (like Mickey Mouse)
Submit your entry two ways: online by Friday, Feb. 26 OR give to Ms. Baird by Wednesday, Feb. 24.
Submitting your own artwork online by Friday, February 26. Take a high quality photo with good lighting or scan your artwork. Complete the online entry form and upload your photo here:Enter your Doodle online
If you’d like Ms. Baird to turn it in for you, complete an entry form and turn in your artwork and entry form by Wednesday, February 24. Grades K-2– bring entries to school and ask your homeroom teacher how best get it to me. Grades 3-5– bring entries to the Sandersville front office, let the office staff know it’s for me.
Youth Art Month is coming up and Kentucky is getting ready! Youth Art Month will be held in March and encourages support for quality school art programs, and promotes art material safety. Visual art programs help develop skills including:
Art shows, special exhibits, and school and community activities take place annually, to celebrate visual art education for grades K – 12.
If you would like to participate, drop off your artwork with your completed entry form attached to it at Sandersville by Dec 1, 2020. There will be a state-wide winner and 1st-5th places winners for elementary, middle school, and high school. Winners will be announced by December 18, 2020.
Students have worked hard to complete their stunning artworks for Art to Remember.
Thursday, March 7– Order forms sent home
Friday, March 22-Online/phone orders due
End of March– Orders will arrive at Southside
Please make sure your Art to Remember order form has your student’s name and artwork on it. Each form is personalized, so it is very important that you have your student’s order form. *If you have another student’s order form, please return it to me (Ms. Baird) and I will get you a new one.
Student poster contest through April 12 Theme: “Making A Difference”
Those in public service – police officers, teachers, social workers, and scores of others – work for a greater purpose: To make a difference in the lives of others and in the world around us. You can help us celebrate our public servants, and encourage our youth to support and honor those who serve.
Students are invited to participate in the 2019 Public Service Recognition Poster Contest. This year’s theme, “Making A Difference,” should be expressed through the artwork.
First place winners in each category receive a $50 award, second place winners receive $25, and third place $10. All winners receive an invitation to a special ceremony at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington on May 9, and will have the opportunity to tour the park while there.
2018 third place poster submitted by Teagen Yurjevich, from Bonnieville Elementary
Entries will be judged in three categories:
I. Ages 6-9 II. Ages 10-13 III. Ages 14-18
Participants are not eligible to win in the same age category in consecutive years.
“It’s your last chance to see “The Wild Things Are Here: Maurice Sendak at the Library.” See original artwork created by Sendak for the beloved children’s book. Be sure to take a look, it will not be in our region again.”
This January and February, all grades (preK-5) will create artworks for the Art to Remember fundraiser. Art to Remember provides families with an easy way to have their students’ artworks printed on items such as: iPhone covers, water bottles, and stickers.