Neshaminy’s elementary schools held an online art show during the final weeks of school. Students were encouraged to create art and display it on Flipgrid, an online presentation tool that allowed them to share with their art with fellow students across the District. The show received over 300 submissions, which were viewed a total of over 10,000 times.
A District online art show of works created in school before schools closed in March is being displayed on the District social media and website from July 3–13. Art teachers gathered the artworks from their classrooms and shared images of some of the best artworks for the show. A gallery from one school is featured each day, and the show’s finale will be a display of the Neshaminy High School advanced art class student portfolios.