Manor School and Middle School Artwork on Display at Mendon Public Library

Apr 6, 2021 | Recent News, Child Programs, Teen Programs, Events

Ever wonder what 2nd graders can paint when they learn about farm landscapes and rural communities?  Or, perhaps you’d like to see what 4th graders are inspired to create after learning about MC Escher and Dr. Seuss?  What 5th graders can observe and draw when they look at bubbles, attempting to capture their iridescence with bright colors and shadows is truly inspiring.  And, middle school black and white Sharpie drawings are positively gorgeous. Come to the Mendon Public Library to enjoy a sampling of HFL Manor School and Middle School Artwork.  Currently on display through May 22, 2021, the artwork represents just some of the fine creative work of local students.

Art teachers Cindy Zauski and Cindy Morsheimer pulled the items together and created a beautiful display for everyone in our community to enjoy.  The work is a small sampling of art created by students at HFL. From Kindergarten through Middle School, HFL students are offered art instruction each week.  In High School, students may opt to continue their art education as an elective.

To keep up to date with the District’s Art Program, kindly visit Instagram @hfl.art (High School); @hfl.ms.art (Middle School); @hfl.manor.art (Manor School), and @hfl.lima.art (Lima Primary).

Anyone interested in supporting the HFL Art Program is encouraged to learn more about the HFL Art Boosters.  HFL Art Boosters Mission includes: To encourage students to strive for excellence in the visual arts by proving enrichment opportunities; To encourage collaboration between the school and the local art community; To advocate for visual arts in our schools and local community; and To foster community support and promote community awareness of the efforts and accomplishments of the K-12 Art Program. Art Boosters welcomes all those interested in supporting the HFL Art Program. The next meeting will be held via Zoom at 5:30 pm on June 2, 2021.  For more information, contact Mrs. Zauski, cindy.zauski@hflcsd.org.