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AP 2D DESIGN / AP DRAWING 2018 – 2019 / KEEP IN YOUR FOLDER!

NAME: ____________________________________________________ CLASS PERIOD: _________________

AP 2D DESIGN / AP DRAWING 2018 - 2019


SOUTH WALTON HIGH SCHOOL
Vivian Moreira Komando, PhD
Office Hours: By Appointment
komandov@walton.k12.fl.us
850-622-5020
http://walton.k12.fl.us/2013/6/south-walton-school

What is AP Studio Art, The 2D Design and Drawing Portfolio?


AP Studio Art, The 2D Design Portfolio and the Drawing Portfolio are rigorous courses where the
student submits a 2D Design Portfolio or Drawing Portfolio to the College Board for assessment. The
portfolio is broad in interpretation for the type of works that may be submitted –ANALOG OR
DIGITAL. The first part of the portfolio requires the submission of 12 BREADTH pieces. These works
demonstrate variety in visual problems, media, or specifics as related to the 2D Design Portfolio.
These works are based on teacher prompts and some BREADTH works may be from works previously
created in prior art classes. Please bring these works to class for a review of suitability in you AP
Studio Art Portfolio. The second section of the portfolio requires the student to do a focused study to
create a body of works for the CONCENTRATION section. The Concentration is student derived and
must demonstrate mastery of the chosen techniques to execute 10 -12 individual works that
demonstrate personal vision that are visually coherent. The third section of the portfolio submission is
the QUALITY section, where the student’s 5 best works (no larger than 18 x 24 inches) are physically
submitted to the College Board. The other works in the student portfolio are submitted through a
digital upload. This is a very demanding and exciting course for the highly motivated art student.

Course Description: Students work in a self-directed environment to develop a


portfolio showing a body of their own work that visually explores a particular artistic
concern, articulated and supported by a written artist's statement. Artists may work
in, but are not limited to, content in drawing, painting, printmaking, mixed media,
traditional photography, digital photography, and/or new media and emerging
technologies that demonstrate understanding of design principles as applied to a 2-
dimensional surface.
Students regularly reflect on aesthetics and art issues individually and as a group, and
manipulate the structural elements of art and organizational principles of design to create 2-
dimensional works of art that are progressively more innovative and representative of the student's
artistic and cognitive growth.
In keeping with the rigor expected in an accelerated setting, students’ portfolios show personal vision
and artistic growth over time, mastery of visual art skills and techniques, and evidence of
sophisticated analytical and problem-solving skills based on their structural, historical, and cultural
knowledge.
Students are self-directed and display readiness for high levels of critical thinking, research,
conceptual thinking, and creative risk-taking.
Students will practice, sketch, and manipulate the structural elements of art or work with drawing
issues to improve mark making and/or the organizational principles of design in a composition from
observation, research, and/or imagination to create work
Through the critique process, students will evaluate and respond to their own work and that of their
peers.

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AP Portfolio Course Overview


This individual program allows the student to explore individual interests as a portfolio is developed
along with meeting the standards set by the College Board. The AP Portfolio is a demanding
undertaking that is for the advanced art student, seeking to challenge him or her and develop an art
portfolio to earn college credit. Students may work with traditional and non-traditional art media to
explore 2D Design visual problems. Cultural and Social Perspectives may be incorporated into projects,
as well as art historical references, and symbolism. Creative analog manipulation of traditional artwork
may be explored with traditional media or through experimentation and / or using Adobe Photoshop /
Gimp or Digital techniques.
The work created in AP Studio Art is a serious endeavor. The work of each student will be
photographically documented throughout the year so it can be included in his or her AP Studio Art
Portfolio to be submitted to the College Board for college. Students are responsible for photographing
and editing each completed work. It is highly suggested to photograph work in process. Work will also
be entered in area competitions and art shows.

Students must also meet the requirements set by the College Board for submission of an AP Studio Art
2D Design Portfolio.

AP SCORING GUIDELINES / RUBRIC


https://secure-media.collegeboard.org/ap/pdf/ap17-studio-art-sg.pdf

EXAMPLES OF 2D DESIGN PORTFOLIOS


http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/members/exam/exam_information/2134.html
EXAMPLES OF DRAWING PORTFOLIOS
http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/members/exam/exam_information/2182.html

AP SCORING GUIDELINES / RUBRIC


https://secure-media.collegeboard.org/digitalServices/pdf/ap/ap16_studio_art_sg.pdf

General Criteria for Grading:


1. Personal and thoughtful preparation and planning
2. Evidence of imagination and innovation
3. Care in craftsmanship and execution
4. Project meets assignment goals
5. Advanced Mastery of art skills / techniques and appropriate use of art media
6. Serious, focused effort by student demonstrating personal vision
7. Self and class critiques
8. Sketchbook development of ideas and research for projects
9. Assignment is completed on time and turned in for teacher evaluation

Grading is based on a point system. Each assignment will have specific criteria, which the student must meet.
Project assignments are assigned points – 100 – 600 pts. Research / Inquiry / Sketchbook work is also
assigned points as related to each assignment. Sketchbook works may be graded as PROJECTS.
Mini Rubric: Work Quality in Concept & Execution:
1. Poor 3. Moderate 5. Strong
2. Limited 4. Good 6. Excellent

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Numerical Grade:
Excellent: 100 – 95, Strong: Moderate: 74 – 65, Limited:
94 – 85, Good: 84 – 75, 64 – 60, Poor: 59-0

CLASS ART STUDIO:


1. You are to use only the computer assigned to you!
2. You have a class folder for printed work.
3. SAFE EJECT YOUR SD CARD – YOU RISK LOOSING YOUR IMAGES IF YOU DO NOT SAFE EJECT!
4. Make sure you shut down the computer properly at the end of class and return its proper place /
PLUG IT IN. Do not just close the lid!
5. Others use the same space to work. PLEASE make sure to leave your work area clean at the end of
class. Take a last look before you leave class to make sure everything is in order and you have all your
supplies returned to the correct place. This is part of your studio practice / responsibilities.

RANGE OF APPROACHES /BREADTH:


FOCUS - 2-D Design Issues may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Works demonstrating understanding of a range of 2D Design issues.
Look for engagement with a range of 2D Design issues such as the following: Unity
Balance, Variety, Emphasis, Rhythm, Contrast, Proportion, Repetition, Scale, Figure/Ground
Relationship
DRAWING PROJECTS: Projects will address specific visual problems as related to DRAWING ISSUES.

FOCUS - DRAWING ISSUES: DRAWING Projects will address specific visual problems as related to
DRAWING ISSUES:
Consider drawing issues such as the following: Line Quality, Light and Shade, Rendering of Form,
Composition, Surface Manipulation, the Illusion of Depth, Mark Making Any drawing work where you
incorporates digital or photographic processes must address DRAWING ISSUES!

Preliminary studies will be completed in the sketchbook or work kept in an art folder / portfolio. We
will use multiple online resources including an Art Facebook page and the Class Pinterest Boards:
http://pinterest.com/artzheart/, https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/pre-ap-drawing/,
http://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/drawings/, as well as class resource books, videos, and/or visuals
/ EXEMPLARS.

2D Scoring Descriptors
A. Application of 2-D Design Principles to a Broad Range of Design Problems
B. Originality and Innovative Thinking
C. Range of Intentions or Approaches
D. Confident, Evocative Work that Engages the Viewer
E. Technical Competence and Skill with Materials and Media
F. Appropriation and the Student “Voice”
G. Image Quality (for Weak and Poor Breadth sections only)
H. Overall Accomplishment

DRAWING Key Scoring Descriptors


A. Integration of the Topic of the Concentration and the Work Presented
B. Decision Making and Discovery through Investigation
C. Originality and Innovative Thinking
D. Evocative Theme that Engages the Viewer
E. Transformation and Growth
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F. Technical Competence and Skill with Materials and Media


G. Understanding the Use of Digital or Photographic Processes
H. Appropriation and the Student “Voice”
I. Image Quality (for Weak and Poor Concentrations Only)
J. Overall Accomplishment and Quality

2D and Drawing Portfolio Resources


Projects will address specific visual problems as related to the chosen area of in an advanced manner.
Preliminary studies will be completed in the sketchbook or work kept in an art folder / portfolio. We
will use multiple online resources including an Art Facebook page and the Class Pinterest Boards:
http://pinterest.com/artzheart/, as well as class resource books, videos, and/or visuals.

BREADTH: A RANGE OF APPROACHES


Photoshop / Editing / Resizing / Uploading / Plagiarism / Pinterest / YouTube / Facebook

PROJECTS MAY CHANGE FROM THOSE LISTED BELOW

BREADTH Project 1: SLICED AND DICED


2D: Unity Balance Variety Figure/Ground Relationship
Drawing: Light and Shade, Rendering of Form, Composition
RESOURCE: https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/sliced-and-
diced/?eq=SLICED%20AND%20DICED&etslf=11033
Media: Graphite quick studies; Charcoal on Paper; Graphite, Charcoal, Colored Pencils, or Pastel on
Paper for final work

Project 2: LINE / FORMS / CONTOUR TECHNIQUES / TOOLS / JIM DINE / PAINTING


2D: Value, Composition
Drawing: Line Quality, Rendering of Form, Light and Shade, Composition
RESOURCE: https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/jim-dine-tool-time/
https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/charcoal/?eq=charcoal&etslf=20233
https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/contour/
Media: SKETCHBOOK WORK, Graphite and Charcoal on Paper / quick studies; Graphite, Charcoal on
Paper

Project 3: SCIENCE / Gyotaku (Japanese 魚拓, from gyo "fish" + taku "stone impression") is the
traditional Japanese method of printing fish, a practice which dates back to the mid-1800s.
This form of nature printing was used by fishermen to record their catches, but has also
become an art form of its own. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gyotaku
2D: Color Theory / Texture / Positive Negative Space
Drawing: Composition, Surface Manipulation
RESOURCE: https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/gyotaku-fish-printing/
Media: Printing Ink, Paper

Project 4: SCIENCE / CHEMISTRY / ACRYLIC POURING SATURDAY - TBD


2D: Color Theory, Pattern
Drawing: Light and Shade, Composition, Surface Manipulation
RESOURCE: http://pinterest.com/artzheart/abstracts/
Media: Acrylic Paint, Flow Medium, Silicone, Pouring Surface

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BREADTH Project 5:
WHAT GOES AROUND, TONY ORRICO, HEATHER HANSEN
2D: Unity Balance Variety Emphasis Rhythm Repetition
Drawing: Line Quality, Light and Shade, Mark Making, Composition, Movement
RESOURCE: http://pinterest.com/artzheart/what-goes-a-round/
https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/tony-orrico/ https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/heather-
hansen/ https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/tony-orrico/
Media: Supply Room Selection

BREADTH Project 6A and 6B: CELL PHONE APPS – SUPER PHOTO + PHOTOSHOP and TABLETS
2D: Design Elements and Principles
Drawing: Drawing Issues
RESOURCE: Collaboration, Phone Apps, Photoshop, Wacom Tablets
Media: Phone Apps, Photoshop, Wacom Tablets

BREADTH Project 7: BONE-I-FIED, RE-INVENTING THE SKULL


2D: Figure / Ground, Scale, Emphasis
Drawing: Line Quality, Rendering of Form, Light and Shade
RESOURCE: Skull http://pinterest.com/artzheart/bone-ified/
Media: Charcoal, Graphite, Colored Pencils

Project 8A: MARK MAKING, EXPRESSIVE QUALITY


2D: Texture, Line, Repetition, Pattern
Drawing: Line Quality, Light and Shade, Mark Making, Composition, Movement
RESOURCE: http://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/mark-making/
https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/pen-sive/
Interactive Drawing Karina Smigla-Bobinski Analog interactive installation
http://www.pinterest.com/pin/298363544034996487/
Drawing Machines http://vimeo.com/41600016
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DjvtjgRdGA
Media: Ball Point Pens, Sharpies, Pastels, Charcoal, Ink

Project 8B: SURFACE MANIPULATION / LAYERING / COLLAGE / GESSO / DRAWING MACHINES / RUST /
CITRASOLV / IMAGE TRANSFERS
2D: Unity, Texture, Emphasis
Drawing: Surface Manipulation, Composition
RESOURCE: https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/collage/?eq=collage&etslf=11842
https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/rusty/?eq=rusty&etslf=6330
https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/image-transfers/?eq=image&etslf=6842
https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/drawing-machines/?eq=drawing%20machine&etslf=8928
Media: Drawing Machine, Collage, Gesso, Rust, Citrasolv

Project 9A: TEXT / CECIL TOUCHON / LISA HOCHSTEIN


2D: Unity, Harmony
Drawing: Light and Shade, Composition, Mark Making
RESOURCE: https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/cecil-touchon/
https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/text-lisa-hochstein/
Media: Oil on Paper or Colored Pencil or Charcoal on Paper
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BREADTH Project 9B: LEGOS, MR. POTATO HEAD or TOYS


2D: Unity Balance Variety Emphasis Proportion Scale Figure/Ground Relationship
Drawing: Rendering of Form, Light and Shade, Composition
RESOURCE: http://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/legos/ https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/mr-
potato-head/
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/23/50-states-of-
lego_n_5614732.html?ncid=fcbklnkushpmg00000063
https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/cindy-thornton/ , https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/eric-
joyner/
https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/legos/
Media: Colored Pencil on Construction Paper

Project 10: PORTRAIT


2D: Unity Balance Proportion Scale Figure/Ground Relationship
Drawing: Rendering of Form, Light and Shade, Mark Making, Composition
RESOURCE: http://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/portraits/
https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/profile-view/
http://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/eyes/ http://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/lip-gloss/
Media: Drawing Media or Oil Paint or Mixed Media

Project 11A: MORGANA WALLACE OR ELSA MORO OR BUFF DISS


2D: Shape, Color, Composition
Drawing: Alternate Methods
RESOURCE: https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/morgana-wallace/
https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/elsa-mora/ https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/buff-diss/
Media: Supply Room Selection
OR
Project 11B: PERSPECTIVE AND / OR FORESHORTENING
2D: Space, Line
Drawing: Line Quality, Light and Shade, Rendering of Form, Composition, Surface Manipulation, Illusion
of Depth, Mark Making
RESOURCE: https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/perspective/
https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/foreshortening/
Media: Supply Room Selection

Project 12: LAS MENINAS – REINTERPRETATION OF A FAMOUS ARTWORK


2D: Unity Balance Emphasis Figure/Ground Relationship
RESOURCE: https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/las-meninas/
Media: Supply Room Selection
Sketchbook Assignments Preliminary ideas worked out in your sketchbook and teacher / student
dialogue
OR
OPTION: SUBSTITUTION FOR ONLY 1 PROJECT:
Project 12: Choice Work from Pinterest Boards as Your Inspiration
Elements and Principles or Line Quality, Light and Shade, Rendering of Form, Composition, Surface
Manipulation, the Illusion of Depth, Mark Making
Review: Any Boards on http://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/
Media: Supply Room Selection

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YOU MAY SUBSTITUTE UP TO 2 OF THE FOLLOWING FOR 2 BREADTH PROJECTS AS LISTED ABOVE.

Project: CONTOUR / RENDERING OF FORM / COLOR / SHADING / CURLED


Drawing: Rendering of Form, Composition, Light and Shade
Media: Graphite / Colored Pencils / Watercolor / Gouache
Preliminary ideas worked out in your sketchbook
Assignment: Ribbons & Bows
Resource: https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/colored-pencil-practice/ ,
https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/drawing-ribbons-and-bows/ ,
https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/golden/

Project: CONTOUR / RENDERING OF FORM / SHADING / REFLECTIVE SURFACE


Drawing: Rendering of Form, Composition, Light and Shade
Media: Graphite / quick studies; Graphite / Colored Pencils
Assignment: Reflective Surfaces / Silverware
Resource: https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/colored-pencil-practice/

Project 6: CONTOUR / RENDERING OF FORM / SHADING / REFLECTIVE SURFACE 2


Drawing: Rendering of Form, Composition, Light and Shade
Media: Graphite / quick studies; Graphite / Colored Pencils / Pastels
Assignment: Soda Bottles
Resource: https://www.pinterest.com/artzheart/drawing-soda-pop/

CONCENTRATION: Sustained investigation


This is your focused study of created works that are visually cohesive and have an underlying thematic
concept / Thesis Statement. You are required to have 10 – 12 work depending on size and details, 12
images overall, some of which may be details. Sketchbook work and student / teacher dialogue is
required in your planning from a personal artist statement / commentary.
Key Scoring Descriptors
A. Integration of the Topic of the Concentration and the Work Presented
B. Decision Making and Discovery through Investigation
C. Originality and Innovative Thinking
D. Evocative Theme and Engagement of the Viewer
E. Understanding and Application of 2-D Design Principles
F. Transformation and Growth
G. Technical Competence and Skill with Materials and Media
H. Appropriation and the Student “Voice”
I. Image Quality (for Weak and Poor Concentration Only)
J. Overall Accomplishment

QUALITY
This section comes from your created works – YOUR 5 BEST WORKS NO LARGER THAN 18” X 24”,
MATTED, and physically submitted to the College Board. Work will be returned to you in July.

Follow the class timeline. ALL work must be completed by April 10, 2016 due to school testing
schedule.
Any questions – ASK! 

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STUDIO ART CLASS EXPECTATIONS 2018-19


NAME: _______________________________________________________________ Class Period: ____________

1. Respect each other and each other’s work.


2. Respect your work environment. Take care of class art supplies, ask if you need something, return supplies to
where they belong when you are done working, and leave your work area / sink / counters clean.
3. Commit to doing your best! Arrive to class on time, prepared and ready to work. Use class time efficiently.
Turn your work in on time. If you are absent, make arrangements to complete your work.
4. You may even work before official class starts and come visit anytime you are free to create ☺
5. Get out of your comfort zone and take a risk as you create. Work = BE PASSIONATE IN YOUR WORK!
(i.e., Work ethic, sketchbooks, homework, research, dialogue, critiques, studio practice / clean up, class
participation, and final projects).
6. Communicate good news, bad news, important news, and any pertinent information that would affect your
work or class participation. I am here to cheer you on, to listen, to help, to advocate for you, and to make any
situation workable, but you must COMMUNICATE with me. Ask me questions if something is not clear or you
need help. Let me know of any problems.
7. Keep your CELL PHONE off and away during class unless we are doing a class activity that requires you to
research on your phone. ASK FIRST! I WILL SEND YOUR PHONE TO THE OFFICE FOR PARENT PICK UP IF IT IS OUT
WITHOUT PERMISSION. COMPUTERS ARE USED FOR RESEACRH AND CLASS WORK – NOT FOR GAMES OR OTHER
CLASSES’ WORK.
8. No food is allowed in class. This protects YOU AND YOUR artwork. If you have a drink, make sure you can close
it or it has a lid so it does not spill on your work.
9. Do not venture to the “Off Limits” areas of the art room without teacher permission, i.e., outside patio,
teacher planning area, supply / storage areas.
Student Name PRINTED / CLASS PERIOD: ___________________________________________________
Student Signature: ______________________________________________________________________
Parent / Guardian Name (Printed): _________________________________________________________
Parent / Guardian Contact:
Phone: ________________________ Email: _______________________________________________________
Parent / Guardian Signature: ______________________________________________________________
Thank you! Dr. K

YOUR COPY
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2D AP and DRAWING Classes SUPPLIES:


Many class project supplies are provided. YOU MUST HAVE A SKETCHBOOK SET OF SUPPLIES TO WORK OUT
YOUR IDEAS. This is a list of supplemental supplies that are REQUIRED for class. Please take care to LABEL ALL
your personal art supplies and keep them in your backpack at the end of each class.

1. BOUND (book style) Sketchbook at least 9” x 11”


2. Graphite Drawing Pencils Set with H, HB, and B pencils
3. Kneaded or White Eraser
4. Blue Painters’ tape
5. QUALITY Colored Pencils 12 + (Prismacolor PREMIER Colored Pencils (NOT PRISMA COLOR
SCHOLAR SETS, LOFTS ARTISTS’ SET, CRAYOLA)
7. Quality TAKLON Bristles Flat Paint Brush SET (4-8)
8. 14” x 20” Fiber Portfolio to store your work, as there are not any flat shelves large enough for your work to
be stored. YOU MAY MAKE A PORTFOLIO OUT OF POSTER BOARD OR CARDBOARD.
9. Your personal favorite art tools- Though I will have most supplies (QUALITY – Paints, paper, tools, etc.) for
you, you will be working with individually chosen media as you develop your work. If your supplies of choice are
not available in the class studio, you will be responsible for acquiring your own materials of choice if you wish to
work with other media not readily available in class.
10. 4GB or larger SD Card to document your work digitally and to save your work. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE AN SD
CARD YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO USE THE CLASS CAMERA OR WORK ON THE CLASS AP COMPUTERS DUE TO
STORAGE ISSUES. You may use your cell phone to document your work and save in Google Photos. Make sure
your image quality is set to high quality.
AKA the OLIVIA Addendum: You cannot use the teacher SD Card.

Because Class Art Supplies, (DRAWING PAPERS, OIL & ACRYLIC PAINT, INK, COLORED PENCILS, TOOLS, PRINTING
INKS, and special DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHIC PAPER, ETC.) are very expensive:
*You are asked for a nominal supply donation of $15.00 to cover a portion of the QUALITY ART SUPPLIES USED
FOR YOUR AP PORTFOLIO. * If you cannot afford the supplies speak to me privately. * If you are able to assist
another student, donations are accepted. *
Thank you! Dr. K

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STUDIO ART CLASS EXPECTATIONS 2018-19


NAME: _______________________________________________________________ Class Period: ____________

1. Respect each other and each other’s work.


2. Respect your work environment. Take care of class art supplies, ask if you need something, return supplies to
where they belong when you are done working, and leave your work area / sink / counters clean.
3. Commit to doing your best! Arrive to class on time, prepared and ready to work. Use class time efficiently.
Turn your work in on time. If you are absent, make arrangements to complete your work.
4. You may even work before official class starts and come visit anytime you are free to create ☺
5. Get out of your comfort zone and take a risk as you create. Work = BE PASSIONATE IN YOUR WORK!
(i.e., Work ethic, sketchbooks, homework, research, dialogue, critiques, studio practice / clean up, class
participation, and final projects).
6. Communicate good news, bad news, important news, and any pertinent information that would affect your
work or class participation. I am here to cheer you on, to listen, to help, to advocate for you, and to make any
situation workable, but you must COMMUNICATE with me. Ask me questions if something is not clear or you
need help. Let me know of any problems.
7. Keep your CELL PHONE off and away during class unless we are doing a class activity that requires you to
research on your phone. ASK FIRST! I WILL SEND YOUR PHONE TO THE OFFICE FOR PARENT PICK UP IF IT IS OUT
WITHOUT PERMISSION. COMPUTERS ARE USED FOR RESEACRH AND CLASS WORK – NOT FOR GAMES OR OTHER
CLASSES’ WORK.
8. No food is allowed in class. This protects YOU AND YOUR artwork. If you have a drink, make sure you can close
it or it has a lid so it does not spill on your work.
9. Do not venture to the “Off Limits” areas of the art room without teacher permission, i.e., outside patio,
teacher planning area, supply / storage areas.
Student Name PRINTED / CLASS PERIOD: ___________________________________________________
Student Signature: ______________________________________________________________________
Parent / Guardian Name (Printed): _________________________________________________________
Parent / Guardian Contact:
Phone: ________________________ Email: _______________________________________________________
Parent / Guardian Signature: ______________________________________________________________
Thank you! Dr. K
RETURN THIS COPY TO TEACHER!

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