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    Welcome to Elementary School Art! 

     
    This page is available for all elementary school students in grades K-5.
     
     
     
    All of my remote learning curriculum will be on google classroom: sbricker2@psis49.org.  Weekly lessons for each grade will be posted on Monday mornings, as well as links to various activites and institutions to check out.  
    The best way to reach me via email is still at my school email address sbricker2@schools.nyc.gov.
     
    Google Classroom is interactive and hopefully easy enough for everyone to manage. You can sign up for google classroom using any email address, but it is best to use a Gmail account for the most compatible access. Students in grades 4 and 5 have google classroom accounts and logins already that can be used for my google classroom site.
     
    Parents/students in grades K-3 can use an existing email account, however, you may want to create a new Gmail account that clearly indicates your child's name and class. Whether you create a new/specific account or not, it is very helpful to have your child's last name in the email address. That way as we post-work, I can comment and keep track! Creating a new Gmail account is easy and free.
     
    Please be patient as we navigate this new system together. As always, my committment is to provide you with the best art curriculum possible! I look forward to seeing what you make, look at and think about in the coming weeks.
     
    Here are the codes to access my google classroom by class:
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    201 vjw5l5y
    202 x652k24
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    302 siilaas
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    401 j22jq7v
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    As I mentioned in an email sent out to parents on 3/18, the best thing you can do with your children right now in terms of art is to give them materials and let them create freely! I am thinking of each and every one of you.