Mrs. Hopping and her students worked together beautifully to create their masterpiece, "Spring Flight". They scribble-decorated card stock and vellum with crayons. Then each student punched out flower and butterfly shapes from their papers and glued them to the matte board background. The result is a stunning work of paper art featuring a colorful, textured field of flowers with a flight of butterflies taking to the sky.
Mrs. Koske’s fourth grade homeroom decorated these fun cornhole boards, built by students in Mr. Wenning’s intro to woodworking class at GHS. The design of the boards is based on the uniquely GIS fourth grade tradition, FISH. Each student created their unique fish with a mix of media including oil pastels, watercolors, and acrylic paint.
Mrs. McCollister's students each rolled a marble through paint and then across a masked canvas outline of the state of Ohio. The students chose an Ohio State color scheme that would look stunning on the wall of any proud Ohioan's home. In addition to the painting, students made a bound photo book describing their favorite aspects of fourth grade, including a photo of each child next to their quote.
The students in Mrs. Newcomb’s class used alcohol inks to transform white subway tiles into colorful pieces of art. These tiles were used to liven up a ceramic top table and resin was poured on top to finish the piece. The tabletop is 36” x 14” and it is 30 ¾” tall.
The students in Ms. Pleasants’ class let their colors shine as they experimented with alcohol inks on photo paper. After each student created their own colorful masterpieces, they were all cut into small hexagons. Once arranged together, the hexagons form a vibrant design with a large Granville ace as the focal point.
Mrs. Rogers’ 2018 auction project is a "Granville Exclusive" park bench! Built by the GHS woodworking class, the bench has the word "Granville" burnished into the top of it and is covered with the handprints of Mrs. Rogers' students in a beautiful "Granville Blue."
Mrs. Thomas’ class has put their hands together
to form the perfect heart, surrounding the quote the class chose: “Be brave enough to listen to
your heart.” This beautiful
piece of art is on a 20x30 canvas.