New art teacher welcomed to school

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New art teacher welcomed to school

Ms. Renne Wright helps a student prepare for a project. She brings 13 years of teaching experience to the classroom.

Ms. Renne Wright helps a student prepare for a project. She brings 13 years of teaching experience to the classroom.

Dylan Lugenbeel

Ms. Renne Wright helps a student prepare for a project. She brings 13 years of teaching experience to the classroom.

Dylan Lugenbeel

Dylan Lugenbeel

Ms. Renne Wright helps a student prepare for a project. She brings 13 years of teaching experience to the classroom.

Story by Dylan Lugenbeel, Reporter

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When a student walks in to Ms. Renne Wright’s room they might find her swiftly walking around the class helping students. While working on paper-mache, a student raises their hand needing help from her. She walks to the student and happily answers their questions.

Ms. Wright is among the new teachers and staff members starting at Fort Osage this year. She is currently in year 13 of teaching and enjoys teaching art. 

“My favorite thing about art is that I get to have fun everyday,”  Ms. Wright said.

Ms. Wright went to University of Central Missouri and studied abroad to get her teaching degree. She is currently working on her doctorate with North Central University. Junior Riley Francis enjoys her assistance.

“She is helpful,” Francis said. “She likes to help us and make sure we do our best.”

Ms. Wright taught at Holden before coming to Fort Osage. Junior Kalina Kovachevich enjoys having her in class.

“She’s really nice and lets us work at our own pace and lets us choose what we want to do that pertains to that topic,” Kovachevich said.

They ask for help getting their paper to stick together and take shape. She gives them a tip to use more paste to help in getting the paper to stick. The student thanks her and goes back to work. Ms. Wright says you’re welcome. She then continues swiftly and calmly walking around the room encouraging her students to do their best.

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