Digital Mother's Day Projects at AEMS
Delishia Wilson's third graders at Amite Elementary Magnet School used the InstaCollage app on the iPad to create digital Mother's Day gifts. The students took "selfies" with their iPad then added text, frames, and graphics from the app. Next they emailed the finished product to the teacher so that she could print them and add a magnet. Great work by these students and we just know their Mothers are going to LOVE their presents.
Hammond Eastside Elementary Magnet students are jumping into their
It is a yearly tradition for the First Lady of Louisianato request art for a children's art show at the Governor's Mansion. HammondEastside Magnet School contributed two pieces this year; the pieces werecreated by Olivia Leroux and Cabel Sumrall. Both students are in Ms. JudeeneSelva's second grade class and created their art while studying in their VisualArts class with Ms. Rene Fletcher. Hammond Eastside's faculty andadministration are extremely proud of our students' creativity.
Pictured: Olivia Leroux and Caleb Sumrallholding their art contributions and Ms. Rene Fletcher (Visual Arts Instructor).
Christine Baker, a 2010 Kentwood High graduate, recently graduated from Southern University in Baton Rouge with Highest Honors. Christine is pictured above being congratulated by TPSS School Board Member Ann Smith and Senator Mary Landrieu.