July 9-27, 2019
Ages 3-5, 6-8, 9-12
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Members: $60/Non-Members: $75
Lunch & Snack included
9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Members: $120/Non-Members: $150
**Age 3-5 is Morning-only **
“We Are the World”
Explore the cultures, history, and customs of people around the world through an examination of their traditional artwork. Students will appreciate diverse cultures and be inspired by them to produce their own imaginative and unique artworks.
Week I (July 9-12): The Americas
Week II (July 16-19): Africa & the Middle East
Week III (July 23- 26): Eurasia
Meet our Teachers
Miss Presnar, Ages 3-5
A graduate of Slippery Rock University, Stephanie Presnar holds degrees in Early Childhood Development and Special Education, in addition to a minor in Art for Elementary Education. She currently works for the Mohawk Area School District in the Autistic Support program. She has much experience with Arts & Education at the Hoyt, serving as an After School Instructor and as a Children’s Summer Art Camp Instructor in the 3 – 5 - year-old class.
Mrs. Munnal, Ages 6-8
Delany Munnal received a Bachelor of Fine Arts and Education Preparation with a minor in Exceptionalities from Slippery Rock University. She is certified in Art Education K-12 from Carlow University. Current, Mrs. Munnal is the Pre-K to 5 art teacher at Union Elementary and STEAM educator with the NCASD's CANES program.
Miss Parish, Ages 9-12
Sarah Parish is a middle school art teacher in the Titusville School District. She was a former After School instructor for the Canes program and served as Assistant Education Coordinator for the Hoyt. She holds Masters Degrees in Education and Science in Art Education and a BA in Fine Arts. Miss Parish attended Westminster College and St. Joseph’s University. Additionally, she served as the Titans Head Cheerleading Coach.