Art allows us to express ourselves. It’s a chance to reach deep down inside to show our feelings and creativity.
Art Teacher Stephen Faller wants to share this with the special education students at Rowland High School. That’s why he’s offering a special art class for them.
“I want to show them higher level art skills such as pottery. They begin a ceramic project today,” Faller said, as 30 students walked and rolled into the high school’s art studio.
Special ed instructor June Okawa was excited about the new art work.
“I taught in the art department at Nogales High School for four years,” Okawa explained. “But I realized that special education had become my passion and studied for my credential in special ed.”
The students and their aides gathered at the long art tables. Faller went student-to-student passing out balls of clay. Click HERE for entire story!