Degrees and Certifications:
BA Arts Ed. East Carolina University, NC
Mrs. Mylissa Wydick
I am the Fine Arts Specialist here at Eagle Elementary School of the Arts. This is my 10th year at this school, however, I have been teaching for 11 years. I taught art at Goldsboro Intermediate School in Goldsboro, North Carolina with 5th and 6th graders. I believe in encouraging creative thought and challenging those thoughts to come alive through art. I have a wonderful husband who is a home-grown Idahoan and three young children, one of which is attending Eagle Elementary!
This site will inform you of upcoming events with dates and details. I will post information about each grade-level art lesson, displays, Meet the Masters program, and art contests. Please visit my calendar planner regularly for such dates.
Collaborative Art On Campus
*List of Participating Donors Below
Volunteer Opportunities:River Chain Link Fence:
Tie squares to fenceGarden Totem Pole:
Sculpture of Wood or Metal. Kinetic or Stationary. Wings, Carvings, Wind Chimes, Pin Wheels, Animal Silhouetts, Bird Houses/Feeders
Our project is called "Ownership and Beautification of Our Eagle Home". We want to enhance and celebrate The Arts at Eagle Elementary School of the Arts. All the students take part in developing the art on the school campus. Through creating we learn about our great state of Idaho, city of Eagle and United States of America. Creating and building our enviroment leads to ownership and pride for the place that we live.THANK YOU DONORS:Check out the projects here! If link doesn't work click on the "Art On Campus Grounds" Link on the left side of Mrs. Wydick's homepage.
Jaimez LuceroJared AustinKyle Butterfield
Nicole Christensen Pettinger
TLC Foundation West Ada Grant
Companies & Groups:
Eagle Scout 321
Evans Building Supply
Forte Construction Services LLC
Hands On Painting
Christensen Pettinger Family
Garza Ramirez Family
Seiber Carl and Jessi
Eagle Elementary School of the Arts uses the art's focus to develop and enhance our academic and social expectations. We use creativity, song, dance, and role-playing to learn to read, write, solve problems, science and social studies. We are working hard to build strong academic and social skills that will carry students through their whole academic career.