Welcome students and parents to the 2022-2023 school year!

This site is a tool for parents and students. Here you will find all of my classroom information, contact information, codes for Google Classroom, supply information and more! I am very excited to have a creative year!

Looking forward to year 7!

Open House 22-23.mp4

Welcome to Art!

Communication is going to be incredibly important this year! Step one: Sign up for the Google Classroom. Complete the contact form in Google Classroom.

How to reach me: The best way to contact me is through email: colleen.beyer@ccboe.net.


  • 30% - Formative - critiques (in-progress and summative), sketchbook assignments, etc.

  • 70% - Summative - art assignments

Class Schedule

1st Period: ART 2-4, AP

2nd Period: PLANNING

3rd Period: ART 2-4, AP

4th Period: Art 1

5th Period: ART 2-4, AP


6th Period: Ceramics 1-2

7th Period: Ceramics 1-2

Supply List:

  • #2 Pencils (Enough to last the entire year)

  • Erasers

  • Pencil sharpener (preferably one that catches shavings)

  • Brush set (Required for Art 2-4 and AP, recommended for Art 1)

  • Sharpies (Fine point and Ultra Fine Point, Art 1-4 and AP Only)

  • Large Ziploc bag or pouch to hold supplies

  • Personal Apron (Optional)

  • Mixed Media Sketchbook

Due to health and safety standards, we are trying to minimize the use of shared supplies as much as possible in the art room.

Most of your supplies are available at Michael's, Hobby Lobby, Amazon, Staples, Office Depot and Walmart. Michael's and Hobby Lobby offer mobile coupons (40% off one item). If you have any questions about supplies, please email me! I'd be happy to help!

You will have a space to put all your items. Please label your bag and all of your supplies.

Google Classroom codes: COMING SOON!

  • Art 1:

  • Art 2-4:

  • AP Art (2D and Drawing):

  • Ceramics I and II:

Interested in becoming more involved in bringing the arts to the community? Sign up for the National ART Honor Society (NAHS). Listen for assignments coming soon! ***Must be in upper level arts course (Art 2 and up, Ceramics 1 and up)