Mrs. Rohrhoff's Art Update
Winchester and Silver Springs Art Rooms
Art Shows - Save The Dates!
Winchester: Wednesday, May 8th, 2019, 6:00-7:30pm
Silver Springs: Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019, 6:00-7:30pm
More information to come!
Meet Mrs. Rohrhoff
I grew up in Northville from 3rd grade on (I even attended Silver Springs!). I married my high school sweetheart (also a NHS grad) and we have two beautiful daughters who are now students at Amerman. After living away from the 'Ville for a few years, we have come back to call it home again and to raise our family. My husband is an 8th grade social studies teacher at Meads Mill, the 8th grade boys basketball coach, and coaches the offensive line for the varsity football team at NHS. We enjoy living and working in the same community, and love raising our girls in the same community we both grew up in. Our family is complete with our 10 year old black Labrador named Karma.
Outside of teaching, I enjoy cooking, traveling, attending concerts, doing home renovations, and working in my home clay studio where I run a small business.
It is going to be a great year in the art rooms at Winchester and Silver Springs! Go Dragons! Go Eagles!
Check out my Twitter page for quick updates including photos of students in action! https://twitter.com/RohrhoffArt
Aprons and Smocks
We use washable materials during art class; however, sometimes these washable materials may not come out of some fabrics. We do the best we can during class to be careful of our clothing, but accidents do happen. Please be aware of your child's art day and prepare them by either sending them to school in clothing that can get messy, or send in an art shirt for them to wear during class (or they may wear one from the art room).
Thank you for understanding that the art room can be a messy (but fun!) place to learn!
We Are Always Looking For Donations!
New Items Needed:
Crayola brand markers (thin and regular)
Crayola brand colored pencils
Sharpie markers (regular, thin, black and colors)
Glue sticks (large, Elmer's)
Ticonderoga #2 pencils
Ziploc bags (sandwich and gallon size)
Paper bags (brown, lunch size)
Paper plates, large and small
Recycled Materials (please make sure items are clean and dry):
Plastic containers with lids (yogurt, cottage cheese, etc.)
Newspaper (black and white sections only, no "shiny" sections)
Egg cartons (plastic and styrofoam)
Plastic grocery bags
Paper grocery bags
Rubber stamps (letters, symbols, small pictures)