The School of Arts and Humanities is a diverse community of academics, students and staff from across all of our related subjects. Rapping started in New York clubs about five years ago when deejays began trying to outdo each other – while spinning the most popular instrumental tracks – by talking over them, always in outlandish rhymes that slid off the lips in syllabic precision, always in perfect time to the beat.
On Tuesday, October 11, IDEA Center High School held a well-attended open house to showcase student presentations in a station format on an exciting range of topics from Cool Chemical Reactions, Ecology and Human Impact Projects, Art and Construction, and a Humanities Political Party Campaign project to name a few.
There are uncountable ways my school affected me, but these are the ones that made me who I am, and as thankful as I am for being a part of this magnificent school, I couldn’t be grateful enough to my parents, for making the right choice for me. My school turned 25 this year on July 12th, and I can only wish that wonderful citizens bring back the laurels for this school as alumni and create a place for this institution in the pages of history!
The work of Socialiniai Meno Projektai continues to flourish, and as part of the exhibition of work by people affected by homelessness currently running in the National Art Gallery of Lithuania, a discreet arts project by Andrejaus Kibisovo is currently receiving rave reviews in national press and TV. This coverage of an artist who lives outside the system is quite exception.
L. Brooke Crocker, a history and geography teacher at Santana High School was one of eight finalists for the California Teacher of the Year Program, which began in 1972 to honor outstanding teachers and encourage new teachers to enter the profession.