Kathy Phillips (Brandon)
Please visit us and see JJIS student art work on this web site!
Third-grade artists have designed colorful Personal Banners to introduce themselves to the JJIS community. Look for their designs, complete with each artist's initials plus personal patterns showing favorite school subjects, snacks and games -- near the office and the art rooms. You'll notice the streamers waving gently as you pass!
Fourth-graders have constructed collages, based on special skills and talents each artist feels makes him or her a better JJIS citizen. How can good math skills, playing the guitar, or horseback riding help you become a better student and friend? Come see our Citizen Collages, lining the Grade 4 hallways, and find out!
Fifth-grade artists are completing Identity Posters which will double as portfolios for this year's two-dimensional artwork. After viewing the artwork of Jaune Quick-to-See Smith and completing a survey, each artist planned and drew a large composition including clues and symbols of his or her unique identity. Some examples: dream vacation, favorite toy, family facts. Ask your young artist to describe some of the symbols he/she used in their poster and what they mean.