Blick congratulates Joan Hebeisen from Mora High School in Mora, Minnesota, and Sidney Allen from Wendell Phillips Elementary School #63 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
The grant recipients were drawn from more than 2,000 entries submitted at the Blick Art Materials booth at state art education association conferences in the fall of 2014. Joan Hebeisen and Sidney Allen will each receive:
The estimated total value for each grant is $2,000.
A drawing will be held to award similar grants to attend the 2016 NAEA Convention in Chicago, Illinois, from entries that will be received in October and November of 2015.
Check out 14 brand new Blick lesson plans for K-12 education — you'll find something for all ages, skill levels, and budgets. Request a free copy by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Type "Fall 2015 Lesson Plan Brochure Request" in the subject line, and be sure to provide your name and complete mailing address in the body of the message. Or, to download free PDFs of the lesson plans, click here.
A new program from Blick is making life easier for educators and schools. "Future Orders" is an ordering and payment option that encourages educators to order the supplies they need for the fall semester before the school year ends in the spring. Just imagine — no scrambling at the beginning of the school year to make sure you have all the supplies you need!
Blick's Future Orders program offers two primary advantages:
Here's how future ordering works:
To order, choose the method that's easiest for you: