Tullahoma Central Office is now home to more than just district officials, as the school system recently transformed its walls into a new gallery that showcases student art pieces.
This month, the Tullahoma City School District highlights and celebrates the artwork of several high school students. The gallery will rotate schools every month, and parents of those artists are invited to see their child’s project on display.
“This is a way to showcase our art students and their unique creations,” said TCS Director of Schools, Dr. Catherine Stephens. “We have some superb artists here inside the district, and we want to honor and recognize them through displaying their pieces in this gallery. Parents of the artists will receive an invitation from the district and have the opportunity to come into the district office and view their student’s art. We additionally invite our faculty and staff to stop by and enjoy these pieces.”
Following the Tullahoma High School display in November, Bel-Aire students will be featured for the month of December. West Middle School opens its gallery in January, while East Middle School will showcase artwork in February. March will highlight pieces from Jack T. Farrar, while April will celebrate Robert E. Lee students. East Lincoln Elementary will close out the 2021-2022 school year with its May gallery.