Studio to School

Author: Eric Nichols

E-Journal: Change continues

What was the rubric process like for your team? Members of our team: McKenzie Hughes, Susie Dobkins, Nathan Perkins, Michelle…

Hines Middle School Scratchboard Unit

During a two-week study of Scratchboard, the students at HMS had a great time. All students learned how scratchboard is…

#8–Sustainable and effective

While this post is somewhat short and sweet it is succinct and well thought out and carries with it a…

Year 2–EVAL

Reflection #7 – Evaluating Year Two Studio Achievements Student Learning Success Harney Schools are rockin’ and rollin’ with successes!  Our…

Color Unit of Study at Hines Middle School

The students at Hines middle school finished a color unit of study. During that unit, students learned about color theory…

Missoula Children’s Theatre comes to Burns

During the week of May 9th the Missoula Children’s Theatre was in Burns for the production of Peter and Wendy. …

E-Journal #7

Success in terms of student learning as defined by our evaluation rubric will come in multiple forms.  A) Student exposure…

The Show Ponies concert at Hines Middle School

The students at Hines Middle School were treated to a special concert by “The Show Ponies” who were in Burns…

Hines Middles School students learn basket weaving

During the month of April the students at Hines Middle School learned how to make pine needle baskets using natural…

iMovie Training at Hines Middle School

The students at Hines Middle School were able to have Producer/Director, Sue Arbuthnot, as a Artist in Residence for one…

Hines Middle School Students experience opera

During its tour of schools in Oregon, the traveling division of the Portland Opera to Go, stopped by Hines Middle School to teach students…

Hine Middle School – 7th & 8th Grade Art Integration

Hines students are working on the ABC’s of Ancient China and have made books, cutting out paper letters and using colored pencils. They are…

Enrichment Day at Hines Middle School

During Enrichment Day at Hines Middle School, students were given an opportunity to sign up for an activity of interest….

e-Journal Asssignment #5

What: Your fifth reflection e-journal assignment is to respond to the following prompt: Using the framework below, share detail about,…

Hines Middle School 8th Gr. Social Studies Constitutional Convention Day

All 8th grade students were assigned a delegate from the Constitutional Convention, as part of our unit on the Constitution. …

Hines Middle School Scratchboard Unit of Study

During a two-week study of Scratchboard, the students at HMS had a great time. All students learned how scratchboard is…

Winding it up with Student Showcase!

 Days 7 & 8 During the last two days with Mr. Walther, the students at HMS put their creativity into…

Hines Middle School has Puppeteer Training that Engages Students!

  Day 1 – Introduction to Puppeteering with Mr. William Walther! The students at Hines Middle School enjoyed a wonderful opportunity…

Show and Tell and a Story too!

Day 5 Today, Mr. William Walther showcased some of his personally hand crafted puppets. All the students were very excited…

Papier-Mâché and a Great Play!–Days 3 & 4

Students continued to work on making their puppets. The students learned how to utilize butcher paper and wheat paste to…

Puppeteer brings hands-on fun to HMS!

Hines Middle School implementing art

The students at Hines Middle School began the 2015-16 school year with a lot of excitement! In Art students began…

FACE

The most important thing that our team learned at the August rendezvous about community engagement included a simple procedure, yet…

Reflection E-Journal Assignment #3: Year 1: A review and a look forward

In implementing the Studio to School Grant in Year 1 it is important to note that there were major changes…

Protected: Reflection E-Journal Assignment #2–Partnerships

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Rural, remote, frontier and full of ART!

2 hours from anywhere. That is a comment that you will often hear from Harney County youth. 2 hours from…

Journal Reflection 1: Gettin’ the ball rollin’!

The largest county in Oregon, Harney County, which is 10,226 square miles, is one of the most beautiful places in…