Hello Cleveland STAR students and families!
We will have Art to Remember this School Year. The students will begin their Art in January. Art to Remember will be a spring program this year. I am excited to take advantage of Art to Remember's Hybrid program so that In Person and Virtual students can have the oppotunity to create a work of Art for Art to Remember.
More information to be shared in January when the students begin their Art. YAY!
The Art Room Needs...
*Masking Tape (I use this a lot)
*Baby Wipes (for white boards and tables)
*Black Sharpie Markers (any thickness)...these are great for many projects
Mrs. Radulescu's Art Site!
"Seeing Like an Artist"
Degrees and Certifications:
Hello! Welcome to my page!
I have taught in Johnston county for 18.3 years and this year is moving into my 19th year of teaching.
I obtained my BA in Art (concentration Graphic Design) from Campbell University and completed my teaching license for K-12 Visual Arts Education from Meredith College.
I have two children (15 year old son and 10 year old daughter). I also have a "furbaby"...a toy poodle, "Phoebe." My husband, children, and self all love Art.
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