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A Look into Mrs. Reed’s Ceramics Class

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A Look into Mrs. Reed’s Ceramics Class

Jacob Dmuchowski

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Many of you may have taken some of Mrs. Reed’s art classes through your years here at Tuscarora. Many students have found their way into Mrs. Reed’s class one way or another. Some have taken it just to fulfill a credit, others to explore a new creative outlet, and some to delve deeper into their interest in creating art. Although most students throughout the course of Mrs. Reed’s class have found an interest or appreciation for ceramics they didn’t expect. So we at the Titan Times decided to discover the teacher behind the art and see who is leading student to a new appreciation for art.

Mrs. Reed has been a teacher for 16 years and during this time she has taught at a few different schools. During the first four years he started out at Heather Ridge teaching English and Reading Intervention. Her largest class was 11 people with only 8 people attending regularly. She then taught at Governor Thomas Johnson High School for 1 year as an English teacher.

Currently she teaches Ceramics at Tuscarora High School. This is her preferred subject to teach because, unlike the English the curriculum, it is very relaxed and doesn’t change often which gives her the ability to build off of her projects from past years.  Mrs. Reeds favorite project is the clay wheel but she says the problem is it’s also the most difficult to teach. She also likes to teach the Coil pot along with the owl and pumpkin project because it is simple but can also end up looking very good and the students tend to enjoy it

It’s not only Mrs. Reed who enjoys her class but also the students that she teaches. We asked students in her class “What is your favorite part of her class?” Rachel Line responded “I like how the class is laid back and we can work at our own pace”. We asked Airis Serrano and Jordan Bonnano “What is your favorite project?” and “Why did you choose this class?” Serrano said “My favorite project is the pumpkin because it was a lot of fun to create and looks cutie”; Bonnano answered “My favorite project was the customized tray”. Serrano and Bonnano both said that they chose this class because “We really love Mrs. Reed”.

 

 

 

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