Updated: Jul 7, 2022
Kudos to our growing Creative Family in City Heights, San Diego!
With the generous support of Price Charities Foundation and the VAPA Foundation of San Diego Unified School District, more than 2,400 students received individual art packages, 100 teachers got the opportunity to bring art to their virtual and in-person classrooms, and 984 students participated in creating permanent mosaic projects for their schools.
Check out our virtual 2021 Student Art Gallery featuring a collection of classroom art projects, and student drawings for large-scale mosaics created during Zoom design sessions.
1. Normal Heights Elementary School
Special shout-out to Florence Alabanza, the always energetic, positive, and creative school counselor; and to Mrs. Leon, kindergarten teacher and our brave Zoom art pioneer.
2. Joyner Elementary School
A round of applause for the 12 classroom teachers who joined our Makers team to design a school logo medallion and custom mural; and to Elva Perry, the amazing after-school lead who shared every art project created.
3. Hamilton Elementary School
Kudos to Carlos Ramirez and his 3rd grade students, and our fantastic Makers team: Stacy Klages, 2nd Grade; Roberta Villalobos, 3rd Grade; and Ava Aldcroft with her 5th graders.
4. Edison Elementary School
5. Rowan Elementary School
Hip, hip, hooray for Ms. Brooke, 4th Grade; Ms. Campbell, 5th Grade; and the entire Makers team in grades 3rd–5th!
6. Euclid Elementary School
A warm welcome to the 3rd & 4th grade teachers participating on ZOOM, who joined our traditional 5th Grade team.
7. Franklin Elementary School
Many thanks to Jori Dabill & Dorothy Ee who took the time to submit their students' artworks for the final design.
Great job, Paradise school teams! Huge thank you to our partners & believers at the Paradise Rotary Club and Soroptimist International of Chico for your continued support.
1. Paradise High School
Celebrating Janel Murphy and her talented art students
2. Pine Ridge Elementary School
3. City of Redding
A very warm welcome to the enthusiastic teachers who took the time to involve their students in designing the mosaics for a new sculpture at the newly-renovated Caldwell Park in Redding, CA.
Special shoutout to Lura Wilhelm and her art students at University Preparatory School in Redding; and Libertad Campo-Periago, a spectacular teacher at Tree of Life International Charter School.