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Adventures in Art Still a Go

Published on 02/27/2015 at 8:49 a.m. by aroach

****For all students who will be participating in Adventures in Art  this Saturday , February 28th, the event is still planned.  However, if we decide to cancel the event due to inclement weather,  we will post notification of cancellation on the high school or district website on Saturday  morning by 7:30 A.M.

Adventures in Art

Published on 02/24/2015 at 8:47 a.m. by aroach

NAHS (National Art Honor Society) is preparing for their Adventures in Art community service event. It is being held at Bayfield High School Saturday February 28th. Every year, students from the elementary school who are gifted artistically are chosen to receive a scholarship to participate from nine in the morning to twelve noon. This scholarship is no cost for these elementary students. NAHS students fundraise every year to pay for this event which cost them $400. NAHS high school members design and write lesson plans for six different art lessons. The elementary students will come home with six creative art projects that they do at this Saturday morning event. They will learn about new art techniques and be able to use thirty new art vocabulary words. Some of the stations they will participate in include painting to music, creating clay critters, button making, still life drawing, print making, and cartooning. Every twenty-five minutes, the students rotate to a new station; each station is solely taught by the high school students. Parents come to pick up their students after the group photo and the demonstration of new vocabulary knowledge. Each student is rewarded with candy for their correct answers delivered by the high school students. Adventures in Art will be an absolute success for the elementary students and the NAHS members running it, making it a fun and creative day of art projects. 

Amy Roach,  Media Relations Intern, BSD

Welcome to Bayfield Elementary School! We are proud to be the “Mighty, Mighty Mustangs” and strive for excellence in academics, attendance, behavior and athletics. However, it is our supportive families, amazing staff and great kids that will make you feel right at home.


Some of the things that make our school special include:

  • There are quarterly "Awards" assemblies to honor attendance, citizenship and academics.
  • We have monthly "Citizenship" breakfasts.
  • Our PTSA does an outstanding job of fundraising for our school and we now have new books for our library and classrooms!
  • Our 4th and 5th grade student council members run a school store which is very popular. They work to make our school fun with dress up days and activities.
  • We have a worm composting bin at our school, which runs mostly on solar power. In the lunchroom we sort our food scraps to feed the worms.
  • We go to one of six “specials” every day. Specials classes are PE, Art, Computer, Library, Music or Spanish.

Grades 2 - 5 attend Bayfield Elementary School.  Each grade level averages 4-5 teachers with approximately 22-23 students per class. The school year runs from August 21st through May 18th with school hours of 7:55 - 3:05.

Registration packets and supply lists may be downloaded from our website.  To register your child, we will also need:

  • A copy of your child's birth certificate.
  • A copy of your child's most current immunization record.  If your child is exempt, we have a form for you to sign.
  • If your child is on any medication that needs to be administered at school, including non-prescription medications, we will have you fill out a permission form. We will also need a prescription from a doctor and the medication in its original bottle.

For information regarding kindergarten or first grade please follow the Bayfield Primary School link.