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Teacher Name: Lisa Pavlak
Phone: (585)798-2700, Option 3
Teaching Area: Art, K-3
**NEW! ARTSONIA CLASSROOM MODE:**
Access Code: SFYY-BKYH
About Me: Welcome to Art! I am Lisa Pavlak, and I am thrilled to be teaching art at Oak Orchard Elementary here in Medina! I am looking forward to beginning my 10th year of teaching art here with your children, and I know we are going to have fun creating and learning together. I currently live in Wheatfield near Niagara Falls with my wonderful husband Mike, and our two amazing kids, Annabella and Max. I graduated from SUNY Buffalo with my Master's in Art Education K-12 in 2012, from Daemen College with my Bachelor's in Visual Arts Education and Psychology in 2009, and from Niagara County Community College with an Associate's in Fine Arts in 2006. I love all things Disney, and I strive to create a "magical" art room where students of all talents feel safe and excited to make their own artworks. Thank you for welcoming me into your district family!
*Please check out our Artsonia page to see what our artists are up to! Use your email address to login! If you have not signed up yet, please do so! Our artwork goal is to have every student create and maintain a digital portfolio of their artwork!
*Check out these local art venues with your kids! Locust Street is ABSOLUTELY FREE!
What is Locust Street Art?
Locust Street Art is a free community art school in Buffalo, NY where anybody can take art classes in:(click a class to learn more about it) *Please check out these classes on the Locust Street Website!
*Below are some kid-friendly art websites to check out with your kids!
We will be exploring some of these sites throughout the year to design digital artwork!
Thank you very much for visiting!
Art Teacher, K-3
Oak Orchard Elementary School
Medina Central School District
One Mustang Drive
Medina, New York 14103-1845
(585) 798-2700 Option 3
“Every child is an artist!” –Pablo Picasso