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Mr. Rhinehardt's Art Class

2018-2019 Art Work

Art Syllabus

Welcome to Art!



I am looking forward to a fantastic semester teaching you to enjoy, appreciate, and create art. We will look at and talk about major works/styles of art as well as create our own original works of art using the elements and principles of design in drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, and mixed media. In order to provide the best possible learning environment, we will be developing our guidelines and behavior on the first day of class…




    1.    Be Respectful! It is vital that you respect the teacher, fellow students, yourself, the classroom, and all supplies within. Listen.


    2.    Be Responsible! Always be prepared and on time. Clean up your own mess.


    3.   Be Safe! Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself. Stay in your seat as much as you can. Do not throw objects or touch things that are not yours.


    4.    Be Peaceful! Calm, quiet, in control.


    5.    Be a Worker! No slacking any time.


    6.    Have Fun and Learn!




Students who follow the rules, produce quality work. Every student has the right to work in a positive learning environment. If a student chooses to break a rule, the following consequences will be imposed:


1st time- Student receives a warning.


No further consequence (unless the infraction falls under the "major" category in the student hand book).


2nd time- Student receives a minor misconduct—assigned seat for the rest of the semester.


3rd time- Student will be removed from the classroom (AEC) and parents will be notified.


Students will be required to make up missed work.


Severe disruption (harassment, fighting, causing harm to another student in any way, destruction of property, defiant behavior) -- student is immediately referred to the office. All rules in student handbook apply (especially no cell phones, food, or drink).




You will need a pencil (not mechanical) and an eraser each day. Students may want to bring a paint shirt -- some are provided. It is the student's responsibility to put on a paint shirt when messy art materials are being used. Sketchbooks can be found at various local stores (Michael’s, Hobby Lobby, Wal-Mart, Dollar General, etc.). Students will have regular sketchbook assignments and will use them to plan projects. Your sketchbook should become more of a visual diary where you capture your ideas and inspirations on paper. You will also need a three ring binder to keep notes, handouts, quizzes and other information.


I will provide portfolios to store two-dimensional artwork throughout the semester.


This year the art fee remains $10.00. Students are encouraged/required to pay their fee within the first five days of school. Failure to do so prevents students from participating in projects until the fee is paid. Alternative assignments will be provided in AEC. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me (email provided below).




Projects: 50 %

Graded based on a 5 criteria rubric. Includes lengthy drawings, paintings, and sculptures. Each project assigned will require preparation in and out of the classroom. Students will have deadlines to meet for finished assignments. Once the deadline has passed, students have the option to rework or add to their project to improve their score.


Homework/Classwork: 25%

This includes but is not limited to sketches, warm-up activities, notes, worksheets and other handouts, and portfolio checks. Students can expect homework about once a week.


Tests/Quizzes: 25%

Students can expect post-tests for each unit we cover as well as quizzes along the way to see how much students grow.


For Parents:


Thank you for your support. Together, we can make this a terrific experience! Please fill out the attached form and return it with your son or daughter as soon as possible. Never hesitate to call me if you have questions (728-3514 ext. 2301) or email (michael.rhinehardt@carteretk12.org).




Michael Rhinehardt

Art Teacher

East Carteret High School



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