New 3D Design Class in the
Summer Arts Program
As registration continues for the OOMPAH summer arts program in the Huntington School District, students and their parents are considering from among the time-honored courses that have proved popular through the years and several new classes that are provoking excitement.
One of the new classes is a 3D design class for students entering grades four through nine. The course will run in the 10:00 – 10:50 and 11:00 – 11:50 a.m. time slots, Monday through Friday during the summer program, which stretches from June 25 through July 20.
"Explore art in a whole new, 3-dimensional way," exclaims a course overview in the summer arts program guide. "Projects may include paper mache, wire sculpture, creating creatures out of felt, wood sculptural design and more! If you are interested in planning and creating art that is more than just a flat piece of paper, this class is for you!"
Students entering grades 4-9 are eligible for the summer arts program and can register for up to four courses. Registration for classes is limited and is on a first come, first served basis. Students from surrounding school districts are also welcome, provided they supply their own instrument for music related classes.
There is a $105 fee for each summer course. It includes all supplies and an OOMPAH (Organization of Music Parents of Huntington) t-shirt. A $50 non-refundable registration fee will also be assessed to cover course materials. There is a family discount of $50 for each additional child registering for four classes.
Detailed course descriptions and registration information is available on the Huntington School District's website at www.hufsd.edu. Click on the Arts tab and then on the link for summer programs