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  1. Shaping lives; Clay artist shares decades of expertise, discovery

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    By Melanie Tucker, melt@thedailytimes.com –  If you ask Annamaria Gundlach, she will tell you clay and children go together like peanut butter and jelly. She ought to know. She’s been teaching both children and adults for about a quarter century. This past week, Gundlach was at Mary Blount Elementary School and got the opportunity to […]

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  2. Variations On A Theme: How One Elementary School Cultivates Community Through Arts Integration

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    From Christine Hughes, Music Specialist, Bartlett City Schools, and Apple Teacher – Bartlett Elementary School, nestled in a suburb of the greater Memphis, Tennessee area, has a long-standing tradition of academic excellence dating back to the early 1900s. Recent grant funding from Tennessee Arts Commission Arts 360 has done wonders to elevate teaching and learning at this […]

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  3. Register Your School for POL

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    Don’t miss the chance to be a part of this year’s statewide competition From Meredith Callis, Tennessee’s Poetry Out Loud State Coordinator –  Poetry Out Loud offers all high school students the opportunity to participate in a national competition while teaching them meaningful engagement with poetry and public speaking skills. The competition begins at the classroom level to select […]

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  4. 2019 Kennedy Center/Stephen Sondheim Inspirational Teacher Awards: Call for Nominations

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    From Anne Mancuso, Intern, Education Programs & Productions, The Kennedy Center – The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is accepting nominations for the 2019 Kennedy Center/Stephen Sondheim Inspirational Teacher Awards. This series of annual $10,000 grants recognizes inspiring teachers across the United States.  The awards were created in honor of Stephen Sondheim’s 80th […]

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  5. Participate in Federal Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest

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    By Lane Douglas, Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge Volunteer The Federal Junior Duck Stamp Contest is a unique FREE contest that combines art, science and conservation put on by the Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge. At the following link is more specific information about the contest, a correlated curriculum and entry forms for the contest. https://www.fws.gov/refuge/tennessee/junior_duck_stamp.html​ Free program […]

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