Kentuck Knob Teacher Session with Sandy Spagnola, Joanne Savini, and Carmen Grego
On Tuesday, June 9, 2009, Kentuck Knob held its first teacher training session for ACT 48 hours. The participants were Sandy Spagnola, a middle school art teacher from Freeport Area School District and Joanne Savini and Carmen Grego from the Laurel Highlands School District Academy of Hospitality and Tourism.
Led by Educational Marketing Director Heidi Ruby Miller, the session started at 9:00 AM with coffee, danishes, and an orientation on Frank Lloyd Wright and the I.N. and Bernardine Hagan House, better known as Kentuck Knob, in the Art Room, adjacent to the car port.
During the private, in-depth house and sculpture meadow tours, teachers journaled ideas for the lesson plans they would create that afternoon.
We look forward to seeing Sandy, Joanne, and Carmen with their classes next school year at Kentuck Knob.
photo by Heidi Ruby Miller