Littleton Public Schools

Dr. Kelly R. Clenchy, Superintendent

33 Shattuck St.
Littleton, MA 01460
Littleton temp

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Monday, June 11, 2018
Contact: John Guilfoil
Phone: 617-993-0003
Email: john@jgpr.net

Shaker Lane Students Exhibit Their Work at Annual Art Show

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From left: Dexter Jenei, first grade students Dylan Clark, Dennis Kiselev and Cecelia Jenei at the scavenger hunt table at the Shaker Lane School Art Show. (Courtesy Photo Littleton Public Schools)
LITTLETON -- Superintendent Dr. Kelly R. Clenchy and Principal Michelle Kane are pleased to announce that the annual Shaker Lane School hosted its annual Art Show last week.

For over 15 years, Shaker Lane School has hosted its art show for students in kindergarten through second grade. This year's artwork, which was created over multiple weeks, was put on display in classrooms for parents and loved ones to see on Wednesday, June 6.

"I am so proud of all the students who worked hard to make their creative ideas a reality," said Principal Kane "The turnout for this year's show was outstanding, and it is heartwarming to see families and the Littleton community as a whole consistently show their support for our students and the arts."

Art teacher Andrea Romano and Unified Arts teacher Casey Taylor worked with students in their weekly art class to create pieces for display. Throughout the process, students explored an overarching theme that guided their work, while learning more about individual artists and artistic techniques.

During the show, students participated in a scavenger hunt in order to find specific pieces of artwork as they walked the halls. At the end of their journey, they were able to pass in their scavenger hunt sheets for a prize.

The art show would not have been possible without the support of the Shaker Lane PTA.


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Students in Teryl Sawosik's first grade class made Claude Monet inspired water lilies. (Courtesy Photo)
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Students in Cheryl Pratt's second grade class made guitars. (Courtesy Photo)

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