Columbia Homeroom students are required to submit their artwork for grading towards the end of the quarter. The deadline for Quarter One is on or before October 8th. The deadline for Quarter Two is December 11th. This gives me time to review artwork and enter the grades into the gradebook. Late work will impact grades.
You will send one email with all artworks towards the end of the quarter. Please do not send artwork as you finish it throughout the quarter. Do not bring artwork to the school.
To submit work, send images to my email firstname.lastname@example.org
The subject of the email needs to be your child's first and last name, grade (K, 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5), and then Columbia Homeroom. For example: John Smith 2 Columbia Homeroom.
In one email, attach quality images of the artworks. Only have one artwork in each picture so that I can more clearly see the work. Try to have good lighting and do not take the pictures at night. Sometimes natural light outside makes artwork look its best. The one email that you send this quarter to submit work will have multiple images attached to it. Provide at least one picture for each assignment.
Send all images at once so that they stay together and I can grade everything at that time. You will be sending only one email with artwork for the entire quarter, like a portfolio of the work. Please do not send each artwork as it is finished.
If your child is returning to school in person, artwork still needs to be submitted for a grade for the first part of the quarter. Submit the artwork when students return.
I can't wait to see what you created this quarter!
In art, all students from K-5th receive a grade. Pre-K and VPK students do not have a grade for art and do not need to submit work.
For my virtual learners, I am looking for:
1. All assignments are completed by the quarterly deadline
2. Assignments are completed by the student themselves
3. Creativity! Go above and beyond!
4. Growth in craftsmanship
5. Following directions
You impressed me with your work! You exceeded requirements. E grades are not easy to earn!
You followed all of the directions and met requirements.
N- Needs Improvement
Maybe late, maybe missing assignments, maybe work done by someone other than the student, declining effort or craftsmanship
Late, missing assignments, maybe work done by someone other than student, lacking effort or craftsmanship
From Mrs. Pinaire
Hello, Eastside artists! This is where you will find your weekly assignments while you are learning from home.