Feb 162012
 

Rumor has it that Kapaa Middle School’s Elective Night was the best school event of the year thus far! We packed the house with students, parents and faculty who came in support of our elective classes. The evening’s events included a television broadcast demonstration and introduction from our G.T. Media students, choral and ukulele performances, a gallery of student artwork on display, delicious cookies made by our Home Economics students, videos and graphic design by the G.T. Media class, a “Doodle Wall” art activity, and a silent Art Auction.

A special thanks to our PTSA for supporting our programs and helping to organize the Art auction! The money we earned will go towards purchasing more art supplies for our growing Art classes!

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  One Response to “KMS Elective Night”

  1. Aloha Julia
    We really enjoyed the art show last night. Eileen has been telling me about the high quality art that your student have created and encouraged me to make the the trek to the school to see it for myself. I don’t know how you are able to bring out the originality from your students but I find it amazing. Many years back I was a substitute teacher on the Waianae Coast. Most of the Middle School kids I met hated art class and only went to class avoid doing any form of work. It was a do nothing event for the whole year. I wish there were more instructors who pass on the spark of learning to their students. Unfortunately, that is not the case. Anyway, ….I copied still photos off my video camera and cropped them for PhotoBucket. If the link does not work reply to my email and I will share it via your reply email address. Aloha -Leo DuBois –
    This is the link:
    http://s263.photobucket.com/albums/ii122/yankeeinparadise/2012-02-17%20Kapaa%20Middle%20School%20Art/#!cpZZ1QQtppZZ20

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