The doors might be closed at the Bay School Community Arts Center in Mathews, but its creativity is wide open and available to the public. The school is reaching out to area residents, especially children who are out of school, in a number of ways, according to a press release.
Art-to-Go kits are being created by the school’s teaching artists so children can be creative at home. The kits are available for pick-up outside the school’s classroom door at all times, 24/7.
Specialized kits are also being made for the convalescent center, Brambles Adult Day Center, the YMCA essential worker child care program, and the Mathews High School special education program.
Kits are dropped off at Hands Across Mathews every week, said the release, and will be sent on the lunch bus route for families without transportation. The school has made 824 kits so far.
Instructions for all the art kits can be found on the Bay School’s website homepage, www.bayschool-arts.com. Many of them can be do...
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