We have been very busy in our new art room!
Students in grades K-8 have been observing and learning about artists and sculptors who create art pieces that look like actual foods. Students are working with a variety of different mediums to create realistic looking food that we see in our everyday lives. This fun project is a step in teaching realism – art that is a realistic representation without imagination or idealization.
Immanuel is excited to announce big changes to the technology being used in our classrooms this year!
Here's the Quick Run Down:
Over the summer we made numerous upgrades to our systems so that ILS students from Kindergarten to 8th grade have access to new learning tools.
Chromebooks have been rolled out for every student in grades 3-8. Teachers have already setup Google for Education classrooms for several subjects. The students can see their upcoming tests and assignments, turn papers in without printing, and collaborate with other students in real time.