November 11, known in various parts of the world as Armistice Day, Remembrance Day, and Memorial Day, is a day to remember all the soldiers in the First World War. It began on November 11, 1919, when King George V signed the 1918 armistice. People around the world wear poppies pinned to the lapel of their coats as a sign of respect for veterans. In observance of the day, we’ll paint a poppy masterpiece and look at beautiful poppy paintings from some of our favorite artists including; Vincent van Gogh, Georgia O’Keeffe, John Constable, and Claude Monet.
Monday November 11
9:00am - Noon
November 11 - SPS No School - Poppies Schedule:
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No schedule classes are available for online enrollment.