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  • Mannford High School
  • Mannford, OK
  • More than half of students from low‑income households

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Recently, a disabled boy in Claremore, Oklahoma has made national news because of the creative endeavors of himself and his mother. They wanted to raise awareness of childhood blindness. They take small to medium rocks, paint them with happy scenes or inspirational messages. Finally, they put them in obvious and not-so-obvious places for people to find. Her Facebook group has become so popular that people are painting and finding rocks outside of Oklahoma, as far as Kansas and Arkansas. I would like to involve students and raise awareness on how Art can educate viewers about physical disabilities and inspire viewers to accept the natural gifts and talents of children with disabilities. First, students would learn about the young man and his mom from Claremore. Then they would research images and quotes that encourage awareness of student disabilities (from emotional to learning to physical). Students would then prep their rock, and draw the encouraging image/quote on the rock. Next, they would paint the rock with neatly with a heavy bodied acrylic and coat it with a protective shellac. They would be free to "hide" their artworks in the community for others to find. Lastly, our artists would write a response page about the art process and what emotions they experienced as they were hiding the rocks for another "friend" to find.

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Recently, a disabled boy in Claremore, Oklahoma has made national news because of the creative endeavors of himself and his mother. They wanted to raise awareness of childhood blindness. They take small to medium rocks, paint them with happy scenes or inspirational messages. Finally, they put them in obvious and not-so-obvious places for people to find. Her Facebook group has become so popular that people are painting and finding rocks outside of Oklahoma, as far as Kansas and Arkansas. I would like to involve students and raise awareness on how Art can educate viewers about physical disabilities and inspire viewers to accept the natural gifts and talents of children with disabilities. First, students would learn about the young man and his mom from Claremore. Then they would research images and quotes that encourage awareness of student disabilities (from emotional to learning to physical). Students would then prep their rock, and draw the encouraging image/quote on the rock. Next, they would paint the rock with neatly with a heavy bodied acrylic and coat it with a protective shellac. They would be free to "hide" their artworks in the community for others to find. Lastly, our artists would write a response page about the art process and what emotions they experienced as they were hiding the rocks for another "friend" to find.

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