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Artist in Residence – Hancock’s Spring Artist in Residence program begins May 3. Accomplished painter and muralist Stormy Olsen is the featured artist this spring and will teach separate workshops and lessons to each class in every grade at Hancock, with a special focus on third grade. The residency concludes May 25 with an Art Fair and an all-campus art walk featuring visual art creations by Hancock students. The program is made possible by a matching grant from the Arizona Commission on the Arts as well as funding from tax credit donations. Music notes – The Hancock Elementary Orchestra and Band perform at 5:30 p.m. Wed., May 5 in the Multipurpose Room. Art Masterpiece – Hancock’s Art Masterpiece coordinators Jonathan Arnpriester, Paula Davis and Barbara Cropper arranged for sixth-grade students to have their artwork displayed at the Hamilton Library in the CUSD 6th Grade Art Masterpiece Art Fair May 17 through 23. Going green – The Hancock Nature Club joined Cartridges for Kids again this year and is hosting the school’s first annual Spring Electronics Recycling Drive, going on now through May 21. Cartridges for Kids donates money to Hancock’s Nature Club, General Music and Artist in Residence programs to maintain the school’s Learning Gardens and fund field trip transportation expenses and Artist in

Residence material costs in return for recycling used empty printer cartridges or other used electronics. For each item turned in, a leaf “grows” on the Recycle Tree in the Multipurpose Room, giving students a chance to win prizes. Items to be recycled include used cell phones, digital cameras, laptops, PDAs, iPods, MP3 players, video game consoles, video games, DVDs, GSP units, and empty inkjet and laser cartridges. Drop donations in the recycle box in Mr. Landon’s Room 15. Contact Mr. Landon with any questions.

High honor – Hancock was named an A+ school by the Arizona Department of Education, designating it one of the top elementary schools in the state. The dedicated students, parents and staff make Hancock a school of excellence. Book battle – More than 60 fifth- and sixth-graders participated in three book competitions in the Battle of the Books this year. The first-place team representing Hancock at the district semifinals was made up of fifth-graders Abby Raemish of Mr. Servis’ class, Samantha Santos of Ms. Fritz’s class and Courtney Wiatt of Ms. Roe’s class. Congrats to all participants.

—Suzanne Incorvaia

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