California Student Artwork Exhibit – 2018 California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE) State Conference

The California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA) Statewide Arts Initiative and the San Francisco Unified School District  partnered together to highlight student artwork featured at this year’s California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE) State Conference on March 28-31, 2018 in Sacramento, CA.  PHOTOS BELOW (click left/right arrows to view slideshow)

BUTTE COUNTY

Hearthstone School, Butte County Office of Education 

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY

Holbrook Language Academy, Mount Diablo Unified School District 

Vista High School, West Contra Costa Unified School District 

LAKE COUNTY

Upper Lake High School, Upper Lake Unified School District 

LASSEN COUNTY

Lassen High School, Lassen Unified School District 

ORANGE COUNTY

El Sol Science & Arts Academy, Santa Ana Unified School District 

SACRAMENTO COUNTY

Sunrise Elementary School, Elk Grove Unified School District 

John F. Kennedy High School, Sacramento City Unified School District 

SAN BENITO COUNTY

San Andreas High School, San Benito High School District

SAN DIEGO COUNTY

La Costa Canyon High School, San Dieguito Unified High School District

SAN FRANCISCO CITY AND COUNTY

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Academic Middle School, SFUSD

Francis Scott Key Elementary School, SFUSD

George Washington High School, SFUSD

Grattan Elementary School, SFUSD

James Lick Middle School, SFUSD

Lafayette Elementary School, SFUSD

Redding Elementary School, SFUSD

San Francisco Community, SFUSD

Visitation Valley Middle School, SFUSD

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY

Joe Serna Jr. Charter School, Lodi Unified School District 

Fremont Lopez Elementary School, Stockton Unified School District 

Nightingale Charter School, Unified School District 

Pittman Charter School, Stockton Unified School District 

SANTA CLARA COUNTY

Fammatre Elementary School, Cambrian School District

Forest Hill Elementary School, Campbell Union School District

Meyerholz Elementary School, Cupertino Union School District

Sierramont School, Berryessa Union School District

Rancho Middle School, Milpitas Unified School District 

Mountain View – Los Altos High School District

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY

Pacific Elementary School, Pacific Elementary School District

SOLANO COUNTY

Armijo High School, Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District 

Benicia Middle School, Benicia Unified School District 

Vallejo High School, Vallejo City Unified School District 

Vanden High School, Travis Unified School District 

STANISLAUS COUNTY  

Riverbank High School, Riverbank Unified School District 

TEHAMA COUNTY

Corning Union High School, Corning Union High School District

TULARE COUNTY

Lincoln Elementary School, Tulare City School District

 

Click here to view additional photos posted on CABE’s Facebook page (select Day 1)

We would like to especially thank the following schools, school districts, and county offices of education who encouraged their students to submit original artwork inspired by the theme “Embracing Multilingualism” for this year’s conference!  This vibrant artwork was on display during the 4-day statewide conference that was held this year in Sacramento, CA.


Why Teach From The Arts?

Teaching in and through the arts requires students to engage in the act of creating.

Teaching in and through the arts helps students experience concepts rather than simply
discussing or reading about them.  In particular, the arts have been remarkably effective
in multicultural and multilingual settings.

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