Come join us for the February PTA meeting. It’s a great way to hear what’s happening at the school and meet other parents and guardians. All parents and guardians of Art & Design students are encouraged to attend.
Carl Landegger, A&D’s internship coordinator will speak about the internship program for students at Art and Design and will answer questions at the meeting. Hear how the program has placed over 150 students at more than 50 worksites over the past year and counting.
Click here for more information about the program.
We are so grateful for the incredible support from so many families in 2019. If you’d like to make a year-end, tax deductible donation
please click HERE
Volunteers are also needed to help sell baked goods during lunch periods at the school, and to help with setup and cleanup at the bake sale on Wednesday, December 18.
Thursday, December 5, 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Join us for the December PTA meeting for very important information about mental health. Our guest speaker will be Xiomara Borja, LMSW, Intake Coordinator / Outreach Specialist from the Child Center of NY.
Looking forward to seeing you on Thursday.
Dear Art and Design Community:
Tuesday, December 3 is #GivingTuesday, a national day devoted to giving back to charities instead of purchasing material goods. The Art and Design PTA has non-profit status, and we are participating for the third year!
Our goal is to raise at least $2500 from #GivingTuesday. Any donation made is fully tax-deductible and will serve the needs of our school! Here are some ways you can help:
Help us make our third #GivingTuesday successful, as we strive to provide needed supplies, programs, and experiences for the students of Art and Design. College trips, art supplies and equipment, field trip funding, DJ for school dances, team uniforms, and more are all supported by the PTA with your generous support. Thank you.
Evie Hantzopoulos and Karen Tenesaca
on behalf of the Executive Board
DOROTHY THE WITCH HUNTER is an original, jukebox style musical comedy written and performed by the students of the Drama Club.
Toto, a traumatized dog, is in therapy as she recounts a harrowing adventure into an alternate world with her hooman, Dorothy. The land of Oz, filled with witches, wizards, a talking Scarecrow, Tin Man, Lion and Flying Monkeys, ultimately teaches everyone what they really want and who they really are in life.
The High School of Art & Design Drama Club is an after school club in which students not only perform as actors, they also design and create the theatrical elements of the set, costumes, props, lighting, sound, advertisement and stage management of a play production.
Drama Club continues to exist because of the support of our audience members. All proceeds from ticket sales help buy supplies for this and future Drama Club productions.
Follow us on our vibrant INSTAGRAM account: @dramaclub_artanddesign
Tickets are $3 for Student General Seating and $10 for Reserved and Adult Seating ONLY online at: artanddesignpta.org
Join us for this special presentation on safety by Art and Design’s Assistant Principal Mr. McCalla, members of the school safety team, and NYPD. Learn about safety plans, online safety, and more.
Click here to view the Art & Design Film Department Newscasts and make sure to Subscribe to their YouTube channel