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Art During a Pandemic

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Lee Elementary Art 

Roadrunner T-shirt Design

Each year our students are challenged to create a new roadrunner T-shirt design.


Square 1 Art is a school fundraising project. Every year students are challenged to create a design based on a different theme. Parents may purchase any of 33+ custom keepsake products with their very own child’s artwork and our school earns funds from every keepsakes memory purchased. Orders purchased by the fall deadline (typically some time in mid-November) will count most fully towards the Lee Fine Arts Activity fund and completed orders will be delivered to Lee and distributed to the students before the winter holidays. We use this fund to purchase supplies and tools for Fine Arts and Special Areas. This fundraiser in the past has helped us to purchase ipads for Special Areas. many art supplies, a new kiln, as well a props and supplies for some of our programs.

If you have lost your student’s order form, you may still order online line with the specific number for their artwork. The main office at Lee has a list of every student’s art order numbers! You can also use the Square1 website to send emails to friends and family with your child’s art order information for them to use as well. Every student’s Square1 Artwork will be exhibited in the School Wide Art Exhibition in the school hallways in tandem with our school Celebrations program. Square1 saves the art order numbers for several years so you can still order products from previous years artworks through them as well. If you order after the due date you can still get products, however, the school will not receive as much profit for the fundraiser and the orders will not arrive at the school before winter break.

For more information on Square1, checkout out their website.


For more information about Lee Elementary's art program contact Elisabeth Wilborn.