Welcome to General Art! I am your teacher Ms. Van Wyngeeren . I am very glad to be here and look forward to a great year . “ Guiding Question: How can I be successful in art this year?” Directions: 1. Take a seat wherever! (for now) Put your bags under your tables.
“ Guiding Question: How can I be successful in art this year?”
1. Take a seat wherever! (for now) Put your bags under your tables.
2. Look for the blank note card at your seat.
a. Name: First and Last
b. Nick name: If you have one
c. I do or do not have a device that I will have at school. (If so, what is it?)
d. I do or do not have internet at home for school work.
e. I live with my….(most of the time)
f. outside of school I am involved in the following activities: (sports, dance, chess club etc.) If none, what do you do in your spare time?
Turn your card over- write two truths and one lie not in that
order that are uniquely about yourself!
Scan the QR code with your device if you have one.
2 truths &
Be in assigned seat BEFORE the bell rings.
Look to the front of the room for instructions
Fill in your planner or device with any notes/hw
Listen silently to instructions
Take notes when instructed
Wait for “Studio time” to get materials
Always be in assigned seat.
1 sketchbook warm-up each day.
Begins when the bell rings
Is silent work time at your seat.
Is worth 20pts. each
5 sketches per week for 100pts. Total
If you have an excused absence when you come back write “excused absence” in your sketchbook.
Turn in on time
Store in classroom drawers. (Never get artwork at the start of class without permission first it will be passed out to you by designated students)
Wet projects are stored on the drying rack labeled by class period.
Finished projects are turned in to the “turn-in” cart on the due date only for full credit.
Turn in all work with your Name (First & Last) and class period
Write neatly. Write on the back, top right of artwork!
Example: Sally Mae
You are responsible for turning in work and picking up work if you are absent.
1. Check my webpage
2. Check for handouts- pink “make-up” bin by the windows.
3. Check with a classmate for specifics
4. Clarify with Ms. Van Wyngeeren (please not when she is addressing the entire class)
“Leave no trace”
As a class we are responsible for leaving the room better than we found it.
Do not clean up early.
Clean up after yourself.
Expect to help with extra class clean-up jobs
Have a seat when you have completed cleaning until you are dismissed by Ms. Van Wyngeeren to line up at the door.
Push chairs in.
If we go anywhere we must stay together and stay silent
First thing, I would be very aware of how much time is given to a project. If you are done before everyone else around you, you may need to put in more time.
Check your project with Ms. V see if I have any suggestions.
Finish any Art related projects/homework
Enrichment Activities: specified by project.
Art time is sight from windows.for art only. If you finish a project early expect to have an alternative project or to draw in your sketchbook for the remainder of the hour. (Homework for other classes is for home or studyhall)
Be on task.
Be in your assigned seat
Be dismissed by Ms. VW, not the bell.
Off Limit Areas- sight from windows.Kiln RoomSupply RoomBack RoomTeacher Desk/AreaAny drawer or cupboard that is not the student drawer.* Permission may be given by Ms. Van Wyngeeren
Free Range Fridays!
“What a person chooses to accept if a rule/expectation is broken.”
3 Strikes you’re out sight from windows.
1st Warning: Name
2nd Warning: Check
3rd Warning: Last check and consequence assigned
7th report to Ms. V directly before lunch
8th report to LD room directly before lunch.
Studio Make-Up: Misuse of studio time will lead to “make-up” time before school 8:30-9am or 8-9:00 depending on the nature of the infraction.
Artroom clean-Up issues lead to artroom clean-up projects.
Referrals- Consequences determined my administration.