Last fall, the middle school students combed the WMS woods and grounds for trash. They were on a dual-purpose mission to clean up our campus and identify objects that could be turned into art.
Following a visit to the National Liberty Museum, middle school students were inspired to create an exhibit featuring everyday heroes.
Our students have been busy in art class across all levels. Creativity abounds at WMS.
As summer gave way to fall, the 6-9 students began to take a closer look at leaves. Based on their observations, they created leaf mazes and block prints.
Ahead of a trip to Washington, D.C. to study animals at the National Zoo, 9-12 students learned sketching techniques to reinforce their understanding of the animals.