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Feature Story

232nd Place School’s Art Wins San Pedro Art Association’s People’s Choice Award

by Stacey Michaels, 232nd Place School Partnership Liaison

 

 

On Sunday, June 5th 2016, 232nd Place School, first grade student Macayla Tan was chosen as the 2016 People’s Choice Award Winner for the San Pedro Art Association’s 2016 Harbor-wide Art Contest receiving a cash award of $100. Over 600 art entries were originally submitted from schools located from Gardena to San Pedro, and those entries, over 100 art pieces were selected, framed and showcased at Crafted’s Port of Los Angeles location, June 5th 2016 for an awards ceremony.

 

Macayla Tan’s art received the 2016 People’s Choice Award, voted the #1 choice by attending event patrons.  Other 232nd Place School student artists awarded were Amie Castillo, Diamond Ocasio and Emma Esqueda.  All students received California Assembly Certificates of Appreciation, award ribbons, an art kit and a one year free student membership to the San Pedro Art Association. On hand at the awards ceremony were 232nd Place School families and 1st grade teacher, Stacey Michaels and our LAUSD District South Art Instructor, Chris Cavotta. Mr. Cavotta will be providing once a week art instruction this 2016-17 school year.

 

232nd Place School families are invited to attend the closing reception ceremony of art displayed on Sunday, September 11th, 2:00pm – 5:00pm. Crafted at Port of Los Angeles is located at 110 E. 22nd Street in San Pedro. For more information call the San Pedro Art Association at (310) 831-2928.

 

- Article and pictures provided by Ms. Michaels, 1st grade Teacher

 

 

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It is our vision that 232nd Place Elementary School will be an institution of learning that produces lifelong, independent and responsible scholars.  The administrators, teachers, paraeducators, and support staff will work professionally and collaboratively with one another as well as with parents and the community to create a school environment where high expectations and academic excellence are paramount.  Students will be nurtured and challenged to aim high, take pride in their academic achievements and believe in themselves in order to reach their maximum potential.  This will be achieved by promoting a rigorous standards-based program that engages, enriches and empowers students to become technologically adept, critical thinkers prepared to positively participate in this global society.