The State of the Arts
Digital Quarterly Publication of the Fine Arts of PCSD
A Spring We Will Never Forget
Paulding county has been blessed with the best people!! From teachers driving through neighborhoods to honk, wave, and obnoxiously remind their students how much they care to drive-by birthday celebrations, community food drives, online church services, community leaders and law enforcement recording story time for Paulding's children, and cyber Just Dance battles with your neighbors, the heart of Paulding is still beating.
The Arts are ALIVE and WELL in Paulding and even (and maybe especially) in these strange times, the arts are doing what they were intended to do - heal, encourage, soothe, inspire, restore. Enjoy the videos and the images in the columns this quarter as you will see whole families creating and sharing the beauty of the arts.
We miss you and we are so proud of you.
Engage. Inspire. Prepare.
Katie O. Anderson
Fine Arts Coordinator, PCSD
To the Class of 2020
This world needs you.
This world will be transformed BY you.
Always follow your dreams and remember where you came from. We are here rooting you on. The Class of 2020 will teach us all a lesson or two in strength and resilience.
Remember to use your gifts and talents wisely, make decisions prayerfully, and own the fact that just because you don't know something doesn't mean you can't find out.
#pauldingfinearts - Tag us in your endeavors and let us keep up with you!
Catch Up with Your Favorite School Programs Below
Central Cluster Column
South Cluster Column
Isaiah Valbrun wins Best Featured Performer
This year, our own Isaiah Valbrun of Hiram High School won Beat Featured Performer for his role as Pinocchio in Shrek, the musical at Hiram High School. We are so proud of Isaiah and the entire case of Shrek at Hiram High.
Also, Hiram High School's Luke Moser was given Honorable Mention for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Lord Farquard! Congrats!
Katie O. Anderson
My name is Katie Anderson and I am the Fine Arts Coordinator for the Paulding County School District. It is with great pleasure that I can say the Fine and Performing Arts of PCSD are alive and well! Even from home, our students and teachers have been creating and sharing!
Join us in celebrating this amazing collection of talent!