Student Art Display at District Office 2-23-15

Nicole Noonan
Marketing & Community Coordinator
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Kimberly, Wis. – February 26, 2015 – Visitors to the Kimberly Area School District’s Administrative Office
will notice beautiful artwork created by students and recent alumni on display throughout the building. A new
display case was recently installed in order to feature ceramic artwork created by students. The art display in the
new case was unveiled by Kimberly High School (KHS) students Megan Kleist and Spencer Hoffman along
with KHS art teacher Pete Greeninger on February 23, 2015, during the Board of Education’s meeting. The
display is a series of ceramics pieces including vases, tea pots and a sculpture, created by current students and
recent alumni.
Framed artwork created by students is also displayed throughout the administration building. “Our students
pursue excellence in
academics, the arts and cocurriculars,” said Dr. Robert
Mayfield, Superintendent of
the Kimberly Area School
District. “Showcasing the
artwork of students is a way for
us to demonstrate Papermaker
A new art display case was unveiled at the Kimberly Area School District’s Board of Education
meeting on February 23, 2015. Present were two KHS students who have art displayed in the
case, Megan Kleist and Spencer Hoffman, along with Pete Greeninger, KHS art teacher.
Pride in our students while creating an inviting environment for our visitors.”
Artwork from the following students and recent alumni is currently displayed at the Administration building:
Framed Artwork on Display
Charlie Biolo Grade 10 –Football Acrylic Painting
Hailey Buss Grade 10 – Landscape in Pastels
Amber DeValk ’14 – Shark in Charcoal
Kyle Gietman Grade 10 – Car in Charcoal
Mariah Pelkey Grade 11– Fish Design in Pastels
Sarah Richardson ’14 – Shoes in Charcoal
Miriam Scholl ’14 – Lion Drawing
Ceramics on Display
Allyson Cotter Grade 12 - Tea Pot
Nicole Hartl ’12 - Negative Space Vase
Spencer Hoffman Grade 11 – Negative Space Vase
Sarah King ’14 - Slab Cover Pot with Flowers
Corey Klapps ’14 –Vase with Drips
Megan Kleist Grade 12– Walrus Sculpture
Alyssa Krause Grade 12 – Bulbous Vase
Erin Lang ’13 - Pear Pot
Briana Petersen Grade 12 – Pitcher with Grapes
Alaina Smith ’14 – Elephant Vase
Sara Sollars ’14 - Milkyway Vase
Chase West ’12 - Wisconsin Pitcher
Daniel Wendler ’12 - Plate
Caption: A drawing of a lion created with ebony pencils by
Miriam Scholl, a 2014 Kimberly High School graduate, is
on display at the Kimberly Area School District’s
Administrative office.
The District will rotate the artwork to highlight different pieces created under the guidance of KHS art teachers
Heather Schaefer and Miki Wise in addition to Pete Greeninger. The art is borrowed from students and returned
when the display is updated.
About the Kimberly Area School District
The Kimberly Area School District is a progressive public school district committed to providing the best
possible education available to students. Its responsibility is to help lead the way in developing well-rounded
students and future citizens. The district wants every student to be given the opportunity to reach their potential
through academics, the arts and co-curricular activities. It encompasses approximately 17 square miles and
serves approximately 4,900 students in four elementary schools (4K-4), two intermediate schools (5-6), one
middle school (7-8), one charter school (8-12) and one high school (9-12). To learn more about the Kimberly
Area School District call (920)788-7900 or visit