Craft Alliance Art Project
Mr. Robert Longyear, Community Outreach Manager of Craft Alliance, agreed to come to SCOPE/SSLCMS and mentor our students in developing their SPARK in the world of fine art/craft. Craft Alliance’s curriculum concentrates on the development of concepts and techniques particular to the field of contemporary craft. Our students will work closely with local artists using metals, fiber, clay and paint and will will be exposed to the work of nationally/internationally known artists through exhibitions and lectures. The ultimate goal of the student’s project for this semester is to make a life size functional mural to be displayed at SCOPE/SSLCMS. We are very fortunate to have this exposure for our students which is a once in a lifetime experience! Click HERE to view slideshow.
Craft Alliance was acquired through a grant project for students in local schools throughout the St. Louis area. Craft Alliance has two locations: 6640 Delmar Blvd, St. Louis, MO & 501 N. Grand Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63103
The Story of SCOPE
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How Does SCOPE Work?
Mehlville School District is the hosting site of SCOPE and SSLCMS. SCOPE stands for South County Opportunity for the Purpose of Education. SSLCMS stands for South St. Louis County Management School. Principal Pollie Richardson explains their mission in a video here.
School Bus Fire & Rescue Training
A school bus which is no longer useful to Mehlville School District served as a training ground for fire & rescue personnel in the SCOPE/SSLCMS parking lot. To see a video about the project, click here.
SCOPE Hosts 9/11 Ceremony
An honor guard came to SCOPE on Wednesday, September 11th, to help the school remember the victims of the 9/11 attacks. Click here to watch the ceremony.
Dr. Lane Visits SCOPE
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