This weekend, from Oct. 27-29, three Fonda-Fultonville Central School District students will have their artwork featured as part of a New York State Art Teachers Association (NYSATA) exhibit at the New York State School Boards Association (NYSSBA) Annual Convention & Education Expo in Syracuse, N.Y. Their artwork will be featured alongside other statewide student submissions to bring attention to their creativity with members of local school boards from across New York state.
Special recognition goes to the following students for having their work displayed this weekend:
Gabriel Ramirez, first-grade
Luca Lanoy, second-grade
Caydence Richardson, fifth-grade
To view their submitted artwork, click here. The FFCS student artwork can be located on slides 136-138.
“Congratulations to our students who will have their work featured in this year’s exhibition,” said FFES Art Teacher Mrs. Bermas. “It’s wonderful to see that their hard work and dedication is being recognized at this year’s annual event. It’s also important to highlight their ability to be responsible and respectful in their classrooms. Great job by all!”
The NYSATA sponsored New York State School Boards Association (NYSSBA) Exhibit is an annual art exhibit that brings attention to your students’ work with members of local school boards at the School Board Association’s annual convention. Each year, student work is collected in June and displayed in October at the NYSSBA convention. Participants from elementary and secondary schools across the state are featured in this prestigious show.
Congratulations to these young FFCS artists!