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CRE8 Art Program

CRE8 Art Program

  C- Creative
   R- Right-Brain 
   E- Expression
   8- Eight times a year
This program gives our kids an opportunity to step away from academics for a few minutes each month and be immersed in a creative environment. Our goal is to give our kids a chance to explore the right side of their brain, the CRE8-ive and artistic side of their brain.


2014 - 15 Project Objectives

See each month CRE8 project and details for the 2014 -15 school year!  

Note: Classrooms always additional parent volunteers.  If you can help, let us know! 


We can’t emphasize this enough: You don't have to be an artist to be a part of this program, you just have to be willing and available!   


There is a volunteer training held monthly before volunteering in the classroom.  Dates are on the Lobo Calendar of Events and below.  All who have signed up to volunteer for this program should also receive email reminders and news.  If you are not receiving this information from the CRE8 team and would like to, please contact us to confirm your information is part of our distribution list.  You can also sign up to be on the contact list by clicking here.  Thank you!   


Below are links to each month with lesson plan description, volunteer training times, and classroom scheduled times.  (These are released as they are approved and coordinated with each classroom schedule).  


October 2014

November 2014

December 2014

January 2015

February 2015

March 2015

April-May 2015

June 2015

Gallery Night at Lobo!  


See you there!


Jean Braun

Casey Harper

Alura Aguilera



Student holding art

Did You Know?

Young people who participate in the arts are:

  • 4 times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement 
  • 3 times more likely to be elected to class office within their schools 
  • 4 times more likely to participate in a math and science fair 
  • 3 times more likely to win an award for school attendance 
  • Participate in youth groups nearly four times as frequently 
  • Read for pleasure nearly twice as often 
  • Perform community service more than four times as often 

(Study by  Stanford University and Carnegie Foundation For the Advancement of Teaching; 1998)

Student with art