Mr. Lumia's Art Class

Distance Learning

Stay Creative at Home! - Fall 2020/ Spring 2021

Please make sure you have joined our online classroom. You will be expected to join our class meets during days you are remote. Assignments will be posted regularly so be sure to check the classroom Stream in the event that you miss a class. If you would like to do more activities please look over these activities you can do at home. There are Art games, Digital Art, and other resources for you to explore. There are also specific art lessons you can try at home by clicking each grade level tab at the top of this site. There are great resources on the "Practice at Home" tab you can try and if you'd like to take a virtual trip to a few art museums, check out the "Museums to Explore" tab at the top of this site. Be well and keep creating art!

- Mr. L

Stay Creative.docx

Hello Fishkill Plains Families!

I hope you are all doing well and staying healthy - I miss you and your high fives! I have created Google Classrooms for each grade level, where I will post assignments for you to do while you are at home. Please join your grade's classroom by following the steps and using the appropriate code below. Though I miss seeing you at Fishkill Plains, I am looking forward to still creating artwork with you- just in a new and exciting way! If you have any questions please do not hesitate to email me. Be well!!! - Mr. L

To sign up follow the steps below:

  • Step 1: Go to classroom.google.com

  • Step 2: Make sure you are logged in WITH A WAPPINGERS STUDENT EMAIL. You will not be able to access Google Classroom without an email ending with @k12.wcsdny.org

  • Step 3: Click the “+”, select “Join Class” then enter the class code. Class codes have been shared with your regular classroom teachers. You will only need to do this once. Be sure to log on to our Google classroom at your specified Art time and click on the Google Meet located on the left side of the classroom banner.



Check out Lunch Doodle's with Mo Willems!

Everyday at 1:00PM author and illustrator Mo Willems invites you into his studio to talk about his work and create some doodles!

https://www.kennedy-center.org/education/mo-willems/

Welcome to Art at Fishkill Plains!

Mr. Lumia

Room: 17

Grades: K-6

Email:david.lumia@wcsdny.org

Phone:845-227-1770

Syllabus

Course Description

Students at Fishkill Plains Elementary School attend art class two times in a six day cycle. This course follows the district’s sequential curriculum which runs from Kindergarten to High School. This is a required course of study at the elementary level. Art class takes place in room 17 for students in grades one through five. Kindergarteners have art class in their regular classrooms. At all levels, students will be introduced to a wide variety of historical artwork and cultures to ensure a better knowledge, understanding, and appreciation for this field of study. Please see the Art Curriculum page for a more detailed look at topics covered at each level.

Textbook: Taschen Series of Famous Artists - Classroom set

Class expectations and procedures:

All students are expected to try their best and have fun! That being said, safety is of the utmost importance in my room. In order to ensure a safe and comfortable working environment for each student, there are three basic rules for the Art Room. Students are to be Respectful, Responsible, and Safe at all times.

Individual Consequences for inappropriate behavior:

· Strike 1= Warning

· Strike 2= Warning + Contact classroom teacher for appropriate/specific consequence

· Strike 3= Same as above + Parental contact

Recommended/required materials for class:

The District provides all required materials for completion of this class. It is recommended that students come prepared for art with a smock to protect their clothing. Please do not purchase a specific smock as an old t-shirt works perfectly.


Grading Procedures:

The art grade represents a composite of the student’s achievement and performance in daily assignments and assessments. The grade may be derived from objective and subjective teacher evaluations and observations. These can include the student’s demonstration of criteria-based skills and techniques in artwork according to each specific lesson. Each lesson is accompanied by a set of guidelines pertaining to the information covered in class for grading.

WCSD Art Curriculum

K-6

Art Dept. Curriculum K-8 (revised 4-20-15).doc

NYS Visual Art Standards