St. Pius V and Holy Rosary Catholic Schools have become members of Artsonia, the largest online student art museum! It is a free and safe program that aims to showcase student artwork, develop students' pride, and involve parents, friends and relatives in student education and accomplishments. So how does it work?
First, you should receive an email from Artsonia inviting you to log on and give permission for your child's artwork to be published. All students are identified by first name followed by a number (ann5234). Their last names will never be displayed. Next, I take photos of your child's artwork and upload it to the website. This generates an email to you, letting you know there is new artwork to view. You may make a comment about the work for you child to see. You may also invite family and friends to become members of your child's fan club so they can also see what is going on in the art room. Any time a teacher, friend or relative makes a comment, you will receive an email, letting you know that a comment is there for you to read and approve before it is published. Finally, Artsonia provides a store that has a vast array of gift items like magnets, coffee mugs, cards, aprons and jewelry that can be embellished with your child's artwork. These make wonderful gifts. This is completely optional and our school will receive 20% of any purchase made to help fund the art program.
Please click the link below to check out your child's school art gallery.