Expectations

What is expected of Rock Ledge Artists?
My classroom management belief is that success breeds success!  Ms. Weiler  promises to do her best to teach art and create an environment that students can express themselves through their art projects and be successful and proud of their work. I will not let our artists fail. Ms. Weiler has lots of "tools in her teaching toolbox!"  I believe the best classroom management technique is to have engaging art lessons, activities and projects that stimulate our artists hearts and minds!  A busy artist is a good artist!


  • Artists are expected to come to class with necessary art materials, any completed work, a smile, and a positive attitude!
  • Artists are expected to participate in class, listen, and act appropriately.
  • Artists are expected to apply what they've learned in class to their art projects and use the necessary time and effort to do a good job.
  • Artists are expected to have fun!

Class Rules:

  1. Respect each other
  2. Respect the art room
  3. Allow Ms. Weiler to teach!

Expectations for a good Grade!

  • Participation: Student artist will often contribute to art class by offering ideas and/or asking questions.
  • Behavior: Student artist always has a positive, "can do" attitude.
  • Effort: Student artist uses class time wisely, often exceeding expectations given.
  • Craftmanship: Student artist displays exceptional skills in craftmanship.
  • Use of Materials: Student artist shows great respect for all materials and the art room.
  • Preparation: Student artist always comes to class prepared and ready to work.
  • Comprehension (understanding) of content: Student artist's work demonstrates complete understanding of art concepts and ideas.
  • Creativity: Student artist's work is very unique, original and shows individuality. 

     

What is expected of Rock Ledge Parents?

  • Ask your young artist about the projects he/she brings home.
  • Visit your artist in art class.
  • Display your artist's works of art in your home.
  • Provide your artist with paper, pencils, erasers, markers and crayons at home to practice their skills!
  • If you have questions or concerns about your artist, please call or email either Ms. Weiler or Miss Rasane immediately!

     

 

  Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life...Pablo Picasso

 

  • Seymour Community School District
  • 10 Circle Drive Seymour, WI 54165
  • Phone: See School homepage
  • Seymour Community School District
  • 10 Circle Drive Seymour, WI 54165
  • Phone: See School homepage