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You may remember when I recognized 5th Grader C. R. for being the first to complete her personal puzzle. If you don’t remember it you can look for it on the artist of the week bulletin board in the hallway. Truth be told there are still quite a few 5th Graders who have not completed this assignment because we have been working on and completing other projects and working as well. I am very pleased with the creative ways that 5th Graders have been approaching this open ended project! They are all so different just like our students! From I.R., J.D, M.J., and R.M.’s sunset skies to L.L.’s slenderman, A.A. and N.C.’s colorful patterns, and C.M.’s football puzzle we see a variety of content represented in these puzzles! I thank and recognize all the students who are trying their best on this assignment, but I am choosing to recognize one student who depicts the figure of a girl with her bangs over her eyes with colorful puzzle pieces blowing to her side. She checked with me before taking her project in a slightly different way and added a cool title which adds to the meaning of her piece. Make sure you check it out in the hallway or on our school website. Congratulations M.C. in 5W student artist of the week!

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FMS Picture Day is Wednesday, September 26

 

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Student Artist of the Week January 3 CThelen
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What a wild couple of weeks! Because of the power outages, professional development days (teacher workshops), and the Veterans Day Holiday, we’ve missed quite a few art classes. I only got to work with Fisher Mitchell Students one day last week! That’s one of the reasons I am recognizing another 5th grade student for their piece inspired by Vincent Van Gogh’s “Starry Night”. In Mrs. Wheeler’s class many students took their collages in new and creative directions of their own design. I saw students make piles of colorful leaves next to small rakes, log cabins, and even a tree swept up into the air. However, there was only one student that had a zip line between two of his autumn trees, that’s why I am recognizing Hayden in Mrs. Wheeler’s 5th Grade Class. Nice job Hayden!

Student Artist of the Week November 8 Hinkley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This student is one of Fisher Mitchell Schools’ most prolific artists! That means she is ALWAYS making art! She often puts her own take on assignments, but where she really shines is when she depicts the shapes and patterns in the animals she loves. Payton in Mrs. Pomerleau’s 3rd Grade Class is AMAZING! Great work Payton!

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This weeks Artist of the Week is from Ms. LaFosse's class. Their class attended Bay Day, learning about the ecology of Merry Meeting Bay. There was lots to learn and experience. One of the activities for students was Goytaku or the Japanese art of fish printing, where you put ink or paint on a real fish and then put paper on top to get a print of the fish. Ms. LaFosse's class wrote up reports on the fish that they worked with, but the prints seemed a little bit unfinished. We decided to invite her class into the art room to put all these elements together. Right away I noticed that Lucas Hinton had done lots of prints at Bay Day. This didn't surprise me because Lucas has a "can do" attitude. He quickly and carefully cut out one of his prints, put it together with his report, and a little more paint to create this awesome composition. I especially like the diagonals that move the viewers eye around the composition, and how elements overlap. Nice work Lucas!

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Student Artist of the Week March 7 Rebekah
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Fisher Mitchell Open House is September 12, 5:00-6:00pm.

Please note the time change.

We would like encourage our families to attend the MHS-BRCTC Building Project Presentation & Straw Poll Vote at 6:00pm at Bath Middle School.

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Community Engagement

December was a busy month, highlighted by some community engagement.  Ms. Bakutis and her class went to the Moorings to deliver cards, read stories and sing Christmas carols.  The kids delivered pure cheer and joy, which was incredibly meaningful, according to Deb Keller (Executive Director of Bath Housing).  Ms. Pomerleau invited family into her classroom to enjoy some refreshments and listen to student poems about immigration.  Ms. Newkirk also invited family into her classroom.  Families were encouraged to make and bring in breads from around the world.  After students shared what they had learned thus far about immigration, all were invited to partake in the bread feast.  It is always a treat to witness siblings, aunts, uncles, parents and grandparents share in the students’ learning.  

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In a joint effort with family and community, provide all students with an inclusive, comprehensive learning experience.  We commit to educate, engage and support each child in reaching his/her highest level of social, emotional and academic achievement.