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Kemp Center for the Arts

  In cooperation with the Arts Council Wichita Falls, Region 9 is able to offer Art Classes to  Reg 9 member schools.  These classes are taught by Laura Konecne, a visiting artist from Hawaii.  Each lesson is approximately 45 minutes and is designed to meet current TEKS as outlined by the TEA. 

The Arts Council Wichita Falls will provide the necessary art supplies and lesson plan for each class.  The classes are taught bi-weekly.  If you can’t participate live, please utilize the videos posted below to supplement your classes. 

To participate in these lessons, you will need the ability to either connect via traditional distance learning equipment or have a computer with a camera and microphone connected to a monitor or projector.  For technical information, contact Derek Ford at 940-322-6928 or derek.ford@esc9.net.  To register your class for the lessons contact Christine Heidebrecht at 940-767-2787 or education@artscouncilwf.org.

Arts Council Wichita Falls Area Inc Mission Statement
"The purpose of the Arts Council is to Nurture and  Strengthen the Artistic, Cultural, and Educational quality
of our Community and the Surrounding Area.

 

Fall 2019 Week 1 Class

 
Fall 2019 Week 2 Class
 
Fall 2019 Week 3 Class
 
 
 
Arts Council Virtual Field Trips
 
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Distance Learning

Region 9 Education Service Center offers access to distance learning resources for non-Net 9 members. Members  have access to a wide variety of events that can be scheduled over this network including: sharing teachers for high need courses, dual/concurrent enrollment for high school students taking college courses, advanced degree opportunities for educators, staff development opportunities, board training,  content enhancement programs (“virtual” field trips), legislative and program updates, mentoring, and training.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Continuing Education

To meet the changing educational needs of its service area, Vernon College provides distance education (DE) opportunities to students with special scheduling needs, at remote locations, and at high schools and other regional centers. Distance education courses are available through the internet (in both online and hybrid formats) and by two-way interactive video (ITV) classrooms at area high schools and other selected sites.

Melissa Moore, Early College Start Coordinator                                   Vernon College Logo
940-696-8752  EXT: 3303