Pacheco, Sandra

Sandra Pacheco

I received my BA from UTEP , & certified Trainer/Professional Developer at University of Kansas, & certified Driver's Instructor in Sul Ross University
I have been teaching for the past twenty eight years. My experience consists of teaching Kindergarten thru Eighth grade.  My major is Art & a minor in Language Arts. I am certified in Gifted and Talented, STAAR English/Math, in programs of Read 180/DRD.  I am also a SIM/SAS Trainer/Professional Developer for our district and nationwide. 

Welcome parents and students!

 Your child will be learning the Elements of Art, which consist of Color chart, texture, form, lines, space, value, patterns & rhythm, ect...
   Your child will be working in an environment that will be fun, but challenging.  If you would like to set a conference, call 774-4080 ext#231.  It is a pleasure and an honor to enhance your child’s education.
                                                Let's have a successful year!
                                                          Sandra Pacheco
                                                                   ART
                                                        sgolivas@episd.org
Classroom assignments:
                     assigned & due
6th, 7th, & 8th: Oct 10 & Oct 21 : Glue & Watercolor Drawing
6th, 7th, & 8th: Oct 24 & Oct 26 : Greeting Card Draft
6th, 7th, & 8th: Oct 24 & Nov 4 : Greeting Card Final
6th, 7th, & 8th: Nov 7 & Nov 9: Celebrating Peace Draft
6th, 7th, & 8th: Nov 7 & Nov 17: Celebrating Peace Final


This is the homework for 2016-2017 school year.  Homework assignments are due every Monday.
Instructions:
1-All sketches must be the size of 6 by 6 inches or larger and must be sketched on student’s sketchbook.
2-Students must be sketching a live object. If students are using online objects, they must type in PICTURE of an object. NOT drawing of or NOT a sketch of the object. Animation drawing is not accepted.
3-The lines in their drawing must be blending.
4- Medium: pencils or color pencils. If using color pencils, they must have 3 colors per section in drawing.
5- If students fail to turn in homework assignment before Wednesday of the week due, then students will be staying afterschool on Thursday to complete homework. If they fail to stay, then they will be sent to afterschool detention on Friday for 1 hour. This will include class assignments.

HWK assignments turned in on Monday or Tuesday, students will receive full credit.  Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday, there will be 5 point off for being late. For every week it’s late, there will be 10 points off each week that it’s late. After 3 weeks, homework will not be accepted.

                                 Use Color on Homework drawings.

6th grade:
Week of Sept 6-9, a foot
Week of Sept 12-16, a closed hand
Week of Sept 19-23, an ear
Week of Sept 26-30, lips

 7th grade:
Week of Sept 6-9, feet
Week of Sept 12-16, a holding hands
Week of Sept 19-23, an ear with earring
Week of Sept 26-30, a smiling mouth

8th grade:
Week of Sept 6-9, several feet
Week of Sept 12-16, hand wrestling
Week of Sept 19-23, an ear with earrings
Week of Sept 26-30, an angry mouth

6th grade:
Week of Oct 3-7, a witch’s hat
Week of Oct 10-14, a Transylvania character
Week of Oct 17-21, a tarantula
Week of Oct 24-28, a pumpkin

7th grade:
Week of Oct 3-7, a witch’s broom
Week of Oct 10-14, a Jack Skelington and Sally
Week of Oct 17-21, a black cat
Week of Oct 24-28, a carved pumpkin

8th grade:
Week of Oct 3-7, a witch’s house
Week of Oct 10-14, a Adams Family character
Week of Oct 17-21, a black rat
Week of Oct 24-28, a carved pumpkin

6th grade:
Week of Oct 31-Nov 4, an autumn leaf
Week of Nov 7-10, a turkey
Week of Nov 14-18, favorite football helmet
Week of Nov 28-Dec 2, picture of table center piece

7th grade:
Week of Oct 31-Nov 4, an autumn leafs
Week of Nov 7-10, male turkeys
Week of Nov 14-18, favorite football helmet & cleats
Week of Nov 28-Dec 2, picture of table center piece

8th grade:
Week of Oct 31-Nov 4, an autumn tree
Week of Nov 7-10, a turkey by a tree
Week of Nov 14-18, favorite football helmet, cleats, & football
Week of Nov 28-Dec 2, picture of table center piece

6th grade:
Week of Dec 5-9, a pine tree
Week of Dec 12-16, toy car & toy top
Week of Dec 19-23, a camp firer

7th grade:
Week of Dec 5-9, a Christmas tree
Week of Dec 12-16, a Kitten or Puppy
Week of Dec 19-23, firer place

8th grade:
Week of Dec 5-9, a Christmas tree with gifts
Week of Dec 12-16, a wrapped gift
Week of Dec 19-23, firer place with stockings

6th grade:
Week of Jan 10-13, Ethiopian New Year
Week of Jan 17-20, Martin Luther King
Week of Jan 23-27, Stars & Moon
Week of Jan 30-Feb 3, Groundhog                                                       

7th grade:
Week of Jan 10-13, New Year in New York
Week of Jan 17-20, Martin Luther King
Week of Jan 23-27, Northern Star
Week of Jan 30-Feb 3, Phil Groundhog

8th grade:
Week of Jan 10-13, Northern Lights
Week of Jan 17-20, Martin Luther King
Week of Jan 23-27, Chinese New Year
Week of Jan 30-Feb 3, Phil Groundhog & Bill Murray

6th grade: 
Week of Feb 6-10, George Washington
Week of Feb 13-17, Valentine Heart
Week of Feb 21-24, a Penguin
Week of Feb 27-March 3, a Circus Clown             

7th grade:
Week of Feb 6-10, Thomas Jefferson
Week of Feb 13-17, Valentine Teddy Bear
Week of Feb 21-24,­­­­ Penguin Hatching
Week of Feb 27-March 3, a Circus Ring with Elephant           

8th grade:
Week of Feb 6-10, Abraham Lincoln
Week of Feb 13-17, Valentine Candy
Week of Feb 21-24, a­­­­ Penguin swimming
Week of Feb 27-March 3, Circus Ring Lions           

6th grade:
Week of March 6-10,   Saint Patrick’s pot of gold
Week of March 20-24, Barcelona Flag
Week of March 27-31, any picture of Pi day                      

7th grade:
Week of March 6-10,   Saint Patrick’s Leprechaun
Week of March 20-24, Barcelona logo
Week of March 27-31, any picture of Pi day                      

8th grade:
Week of March 6-10, Saint Patrick’s Leprechaun & pot of gold
Week of March 20-24, Barcelona bus
Week of March 27-31, any picture of Pi day                      

6th grade:
Week of April 3-7,   Palm tree
Week of April 10-13, Easter
Week of April 17-21, a Palm tree
Week of April 24-28, Earth Day                         

7th grade
Week of April 3-7,   Palm trees
Week of April 10-13, Easter
Week of April 17-21, a Palm tree
Week of April 24-28, Earth Day                         

8th grade:
Week of April 3-7,   Palm trees & sunset
Week of April 10-13, Easter
Week of April 17-21, a Palm tree
Week of April 24-28, Arbor Day                       

6th grade:
Week of May 1-5, Cinco de Mayo
Week of May 8-12, Labor Day
Week of May 15-19, Teacher Appreciation Day
Week of May 22-26, a vase with a flower
Week of May 30-June 2, Person on Bike                                             

7th grade
Week of May 1-5, Cinco de Mayo
Week of May 8-12, Armed Forces Day
Week of May 15-19, Nurse’s Day
Week of May 22-26, a vase with flowers
Week of May 30-June 2, two People on a Bike                                            

8th grade:
Week of May 1-5, Cinco de Mayo
Week of May 8-12, Memorial Day
Week of May 15-19, Mother’s Day
Week of May22-26, a vase with flowers & candle
Week of May 30-June 2, two bicyclists racing