Hello TCCS students and families! I miss you all and I hope each and every one of you and your families are staying healthy.
If you are creating art, please send me a picture email@example.com I would LOVE to see your artwork!
My family and I have been busy creating prototypes (working ideas) for all our amazing healthcare workers. Our neighbor is a nurse, and she keeps taking the prototypes to the hospital to be checked and approved or not approved. Often times, when artists, creators, and inventor are stressed they come up with the greatest ideas! I do know Joann’s was giving out kits for people to sew masks for healthcare workers, if you are interested.
Please Check out the below art links. Don’t forget to have fun & make some art too!
Fun art to try.
If you are in 1st, 2nd, or 3rd grade, you probably remember creating those stamped snowflakes with “found objects” like glue stick lids, pencil and marker tops, etc. I saw this online and thought this sure looks a lot like what we did AND looks like FUN! You could use any found objects around the house, along with paint or stamp pads if you have them.
Don’t forget to check out all the fantastic artwork throughout this website that TCCS students have created. They are very creative people.
Hello, My name is Mrs. Carissa Williams. I am the art teacher TCCS.
My husband, Asa Williams III is a Technology Education teacher in PENNCREST School District. I have three fantastic sons, and one grandaughter. After graduating high school, I attended Edinboro University and majored in Art Education for 2 1/2 years. Then I had my children and worked as a graphic designer at various newspapers (The Warren Times Observer, The Meadville Tribune, and The Titusville Herald). Once my children were school aged, I went back to Edinboro University to continue my education and obtain my art teaching degree. After graduating with a Bachelors of Science in Art Education, I worked as a substitute teacher for five years. I was a long term art substitute teacher in Corry Area School District for 1/2 a year. I also worked as a community employment program specialist at Venango Training & Development Center in Seneca, PA. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org