EXETER — Every Tuesday afternoon, police put down the badge for a few hours to spend time with Lincoln Street School fifth graders.The PAL program (Police Athletic League) provides after-school activities for students. After being inactive for a few years, police were able to reintroduce the program this January.”I knew I needed to bring the program back after a young lady approached me and asked me if I remembered her,” Chief Bill Shupe said. “After telling her she looked familliar, she
As of right now, the ESD Deliberative Session is scheduled to begin at 6:30 tonight. If you would like to hear more in preparation for the session tonight, please view below. We will update you with any schedule changes due to weather conditions if there are any.
Exeter School District Annual Meeting Video
Grade 3 Sky Collages
On view at the Children’s Room
Exeter Town Library
Grade 3 students created these sky collages by first making monotype prints and then gluing torn paper to these prints to show a ground line. Students made their prints by squirting different color paints on a board and placing a piece of paper on top of the paint. They then moved the paper a bit and “pulled” the print by lifting the paper quickly!
Rich black paper was either torn or cut to create the ground for these landscapes. After the ground was collaged onto the print, students needed to give their work of art a title. They were asked to look closely at the sky collage they created and to use what they saw in it as a basis for its title.
This exhibit is a small sampling from each of the nine Grade 3 classes at Lincoln Street School. Please be sure to read the titles as well as view the art work – their perceptions of the world we live in are deep, descriptive and always delightful!
Enjoy the show!