Art program explores quarantine through the eyes of the students

This school year is certainly unlike any other that Lancaster Middle School art teacher Marilyn Sprouse has ever experienced in the past 49 years as both a student and as an educator.

This past summer Lancaster Primary School art teacher Kendra Hunt Robinson and Sprouse virtually discussed what the year “could be.” 

Lancaster County Public Schools administration allowed art to explore a scaffolded art curriculum that allows students to work at their individual artistic levels or as a team with their family, said Sprouse. Doing this, they have redefined what the “art room” can be and…

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