Let's go for a walk.
During our walk, we'll admire the wonder of art produced by high school students. We'll meet one of our artists' teachers. We'll celebrate the creativity of youth and take comfort in the beauty they have created.
Our venue for today's gallery is the Pocatello Art Center.
We're greeted by Carrie, my long-time friend and colleague at Highland High School. Recognizing the importance of a unique point of view, we're looking at the displays sideways in a selfie.
As a discriminating art connoisseur, I've selected images of art from my students to begin our tour. Here we have two of Alexis's pieces. Alexis is a senior taking Communication 1101 with me.
I think I owned these shoes when I was in 7th grade!
Each day I walk the educator's walk with friends, and occasionally we see each other in our sprawling building. From left: Carrie, art teacher; Candi, French and U.S. history, me w/ my eyes closed (oops), and Cheryl, library aide.
No matter where we are, we never really walk alone.
Thanks for "walking" by today.