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Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Art / Arte

Art / Arte
Arts Education is an integral part of the core curriculum and offers powerful tools for expression - tools for making connections between intellect and emotion, tools for bringing meaning and beauty into our lives, and tools for solving problems and communicating ideas. 
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  • miriam Ms. Miriam Cutelis

    Yo soy la Sra. Cutelis y vengo a esta comunidad con 16 años de experiencia trabajado con niños de edad primaria y dos maestrías en educación especial. Pueden encontrar mi página Web de Claremont en http://www.apsva.us/Page/19045 donde podrán ver avisos semanales y varias fotos tomadas durante la semana. También soy una artista y una corredora de distancia en mi tiempo libre y pueden observar mi página web de arte y fotos profesionales en www.MiriamsART.etsy.com y http://mirsmagicmomentsphotography.shutterfly.com/
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  • Keogh Ms. Aletha Keogh

    Ms. Keogh has a bachelors from Virginia Tech and a master’s in Education: Curriculum and Instruction from Radford University.  She has been teaching since 2004 in both a talented arts magnet school in New Jersey, and Manassas Park, Va.  Ms. Keogh joined the Arlington Public School family in 2013 where she led her schools exemplar program, the Kennedy Center’s Changing Education through the Arts. 

     Throughout her 12 years of teaching, Ms. Keogh has led initiatives to engage student artists in community events such as district-wide, county and state art shows, art contests, and other district and school wide events.  Ms. Keogh was thrilled to be selected by her peers as Teacher of the Year for the 2012-2013 school year.  In addition to school teaching, Ms. Keogh has also taught at local galleries including Arlington Arts Center and Greater Reston Arts Center.  When she is not teaching, Ms. Keogh enjoys creating her own art, exploring outdoors, and spending time with her family who also live in the area (you may run into her mom at school since she is Ms. Keogh’s number one volunteer!) Please follow Ms Keogh on twitter - @MsKeoghArt


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  • williams Ms. Katherine Williams
    I am happy to be joining the Claremont family this year and starting my 6th year of teaching. For the past 5 years I taught high school in Prince William County. I attended JMU and have my BFA in Studio Art with a concentration in Photography. In my spare time I enjoy visiting museums, cooking, visiting my family. I am currently serving as the JMU MetroDukes Alumni Chapter President. I am passionate about teaching and seeing my students' enthusiasm and growth throughout the year. Art is important for all students, it gives children an opportunity to be creative and express themselves through their artwork. I believe art gives students a safe place to express their unique differences and share their views. I look forward to having a great year joining the Claremont family.
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