Art Contest

Get published!  Win prizes!

Any student in grades K-12 can enter for free.  Contest Divisions are grades K-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12.

Any art that can be digital photographed can enter (painting, drawing, collage, sculpture).

Ms. Baird can photograph your work and enter you online or parents can enter you online at  Do not mail artwork.

The contest has two deadlines:

November 29th, 2011 and April 3rd, 2012.

***If you are having Ms. Baird photograph & enter your work online, artwork is due to Ms. Baird by November 18th, 2011.

Students can enter one piece of artwork in each contest.


The fifth grade have been working on making papíer maché masks.  They have been studying West African cultures and we learned that masks were often worn during dances and celebrations.  West African Cultures often showed animals on their masks, hoping that the wearer would have that animal’s special qualities.


In February, all K-5 classes participated in painting murals illustrating four content areas: math, science, language arts, and social studies.  The  students were involved at every step, including drawing, painting, and finishing the murals with a clear coat. I am so proud of all the students who worked very hard to help complete the murals. We are so thankful for the support of the Specials team, the PTA, Mr. Caudill, Mrs. Goh and Mrs. Mogge.  They helped make the murals possible.

We look forward to more mural painting experiences!

Crayola 2010-2011 Online Art Exhibit

Fourth and fifth grade students from Friday classes have artwork displayed in Crayola’s Online Art Exhibit.  This is an annual, national, juried contest that showcases student creativity around a theme.  This year’s theme is “Visual Voices: Speak Up for Creativity.”  Students worked independently to create original artworks that focus on why creativity is important.  You can follow the link below and specify your search within the gallery. 

We are very proud of our students!

Crayola 2010-2011 Online Art Exhibit

Simmons at Southern Lights

Simmons at Southern Lights: November 26th-December 31st

Students from the 5th grade Club Friday Art class created decorations for Southern Lights at the Kentucky Horse Park.  Our indoor tree has a theme of KY culture: horseshoes and bluegrass banjos.  Our tree is located in the cafeteria next to the Visitor’s Center.  If you are out enjoying the beautiful lights, don’t forget to visit our tree.