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Getting Creative with Abstract Art

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Seventh graders in Kristen Dean’s class at Great Hollow Middle School created abstract paintings after learning about the founder of abstract art. In this color theory lesson, students learned how to create all the colors on the color wheel (including the colors tints) using only primary colors and white. Using the famous abstract artist Wassily Kandinsky as their inspiration, students created their own abstract design by focusing on composition, line and shape. Students completed the design by painting all the colors of the color wheel utilizing contrast and their painting technique skills.


Colorful Creations at Great Hollow

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Seventh grade student-artists at Great Hollow Middle School are getting colorful during their art lessons. The students recently created a color wheel mandala. Students created their own designs using repetition like what’s found in a mandala. Using watercolor paint, they added values, lights and darks to create contrast and texture.

District Honored with Three Model Schools Awards

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The district was the recipient of three Western Suffolk BOCES Model Schools awards. Out of the 18 component districts in Western Suffolk BOCES, Smithtown received three out of five awards this year.

Congratulations to the following winning submissions: Sheila Cavooris, Michaela Riviello and Deanna Jakubowsky from Great Hollow Middle School (The Roaring Twenties: A Unit Redesigned to Reconnect to a Hybrid World, eighth grade social studies); Michelle Robinson, Tackan Elementary School (Reindeer Games: Connecting Picture Books and STEM, fourth grade library); and Rita Damato and Michelle Manning, Great Hollow Middle School (Ancient Egypt Escape Room, sixth grade social studies). For each of the three awards, Western Suffolk BOCES will provide $1,000 to be used for the school and/or classroom.