On Tuesday evening, Lyndonville School hosted many special events for community members to attend. These events included a Common Core Night, a Walk-A-Thon, a special presentation and panel discussion with the Genesee/Orleans Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse and a student art show.
The art show featured student work from Kindergarten all the way through 12th grade. There was a variety of pieces on display including digital photography, ceramics, paintings, drawings, computer graphics as well as many other art forms. It was wonderful to see the hallways filled with our students’ amazing artwork and to see the growth that happens from elementary to high school. Art allows our students to explore personal relevance in the world around them through cultural and historical understanding. All this while teaching problem solving skills, hand eye coordination, and creativity among others. The student pieces on display exhibited this features in full and were a joy to look at!
Those who attended the special night also had the chance to win a few special prizes and enjoy special art palette cookies made by our own Leadership Class. The prizes included, tickets the the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, The Memorial Art Gallery and art supplies.
We are very proud of our Lyndonville student artists!
Below are some photographs of the student art show, “It’s a work of heART.”