District 79 Schools Receive Grant to Aid in Art Education

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District 79 Schools Receive Grant to Aid in Art Education


Byline: Submitted by Fremont School District 79.

Healy, Bender & Associates Inc. of Naperville awarded a 2018 art grant for $250 to Fremont School District 79. District 79's three art teachers will purchase supplies with the money.

Students at Fremont Elementary, Intermediate, and Middle schools receive a well-rounded arts education from highly-qualified teachers. Students learn about the fundamentals of 2-D and 3-D art, including ceramics, painting, studio design, sculpture, and drawing.

Students are challenged to work with both familiar and unfamiliar materials and mediums. Students also study contemporary images and art careers. Most importantly, the art curriculum encourages student artists to confront risks, make spontaneous artistic decisions, and to embrace mistakes in art. This rationale contributed to FSD79 being awarded the grant.

"Arts education is an essential element of whole child development at FSD79. We are very grateful to be awarded this grant, which will help provide supplies for student art projects," said Dr. Elizabeth Freeman, assistant superintendent of Innovative Learning, Teaching, and Technologies.

In addition to teaching art, District 79 art teachers provide venues where students might showcase their artwork. Two community art shows, one at Mundelein High School and one at Stevenson High School, share students' artwork with the community. Visitors also see student artwork throughout the school hallways.

Student expression in the arts is encouraged among the school's art teachers. …

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