Art Masters

The Art Masters Program introduces students to the elements of art by studying certain artists and then preparing a related hands-on art project in the classroom. Each lesson begins with an assembly presentation and discussion about the artist's life, including influences, techniques and strong elements of art exhibited in the artist’s work. The week following the assembly presentation, trained parent volunteers assist the students with an in-classroom art project that reflects each artist’s style, chosen medium and artistic techniques.

Note: The Art Masters Slide & Classroom Presentations Schedule is attached here.

Art Masters Committee is responsible for providing art education to our students.

How can you help?

  • Preparing / organizing art supplies for the lessons

  • Provide classroom support for art lessons

Are you ready to be part of the awesome volunteers that provide this incredible art program to our students? We have part of our team in place, but we need you! There are 6 lessons each year with very specific job responsibilities. Organization is the key to this program’s success! Please contact us


After School Enrichment Programs

Fall Enrollment beginning Friday, September 20, 2019

We are proud to offer another session of exciting after school opportunities to our students. All classes begin after dismissal- students are to go directly to the appropriate meeting place. 

 *Class space is limited- registration will remain open only until class is filled.

If you have any questions, please contact:
Torey Donahue (

Best Foot Forward (BFF) Reading Program

Best Foot Forward (BFF) is a voluntary reading program sponsored by the PTA and available to all 1st thru 5th grade students.  Each student can check out one book daily from our library, read their book at home, and return the next day to have a volunteer ask them five or six questions to test their comprehension of the book.  

This program is staffed entirely by volunteers.  We need volunteers who can work 1 to 1 ½ hrs. per week, conducting student interviews.  Our first day this year is October 11th.

We gratefully accept donations of gently used books or any leftover goodie bag items all year.

To volunteer, or receive additional information, please call Bridget Furiga at 818-515-3275 or email her at


The Reflections Art Program is a National PTA event which has been bringing the arts to life for more than 10 million students since 1969. It strives to increase awareness & the importance of arts in education. The contest is nationwide, beginning at the school level & winning artists can advance through to council, district, state & national levels. Children from kindergarten through 12th grade are invited to participate in the following areas:

  • Dance Choreography

  • Literature

  • Photography

  • Film Production

  • Music Composition

  • Visual Arts

Reflections encourages students of all ages to:

  • Unleash creative talents and be inspired

  • Express themselves imaginatively in their artwork

  • Experience the fun and joy of making art

  • Tap into critical-thinking skills to create art inspired by the annual theme

  • Receive positive recognition for their original works of art

 This years theme is 'LOOK WITHIN'. Some questions you can ask your child to help them with this theme is: 

  • What is something you do that makes your heart happy? 

  • What’s something others do for you that makes you happy.  

  • What place do you visit that makes you the happiest? 

  • When you look in the mirror what do you see that is special? 

  • What about the way you look is unique?

  • What do you love when you look in the mirror? Why?

Click on the tabs for rules & entry forms. Questions? Contact Erin & Heather at