Students at Reed Point Schools are putting their creative talents to work through the vision of art.
They want to explore a popular artistic medium they have never experienced before.
But to bring their vision to life, they need supplies, supplies that will enable them to create unique handmade pieces for themselves and for others.
The teacher said the experience will give her students the creative outlet they need to learn entrepreneurial and enterprising skills that they can later transfer into their lives.
That's why art teacher Heather Jarrett of Reed Point Schools is this week's One Class at a Time recipient of a $300 grant from Q2 and First Interstate Bank.
Jarrett said the funds will be used to purchase supplies that her students can use to create beautiful, individualized pieces of wearable art.
If you know of a teacher with a great classroom idea and needs some extra funds, please let us know.
The application is available right here on our website under the community tab.
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