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Ann Flowers Gosser teaches virtual art class at ACPC

By Debbie Bradshaw, ACPC Principal

Ann Flowers Gosser, an art teacher who resides in Murray Kentucky, got to take a virtual field trip back to her hometown and visited with Ms. Jodie Stephens‘ preschool class Thursday at ACPC.

Ann has been teaching virtual art classes through her local art guild and was thrilled to get to teach one of her favorite projects with a new group of students. She presented an art lesson based around the book Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister.



The students listened as she read the story and discussed what it means to share what you have with others. All the students were engaged and enjoyed her enthusiasm for art!

Ann brought art to life through the screen and walked the students through the steps to making colorful rainbow fish puppets, each one unique and beautiful, just as the artists that made them.

Ann said, "I may have been several hours away, but the students' enthusiasm made me feel like I was right there with them! I am thankful that I got to have this fun experience!"


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ACPC class has visit from a special art teacher



2021-04-05 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Ms. Debbie Bradshaw, ACPC Principal.
Ms. Jodie Stephens' preschool class at ACPC had a special art teacher come into their room via the internet Thursday. Adair County native Ann Flowers Gosser who lives and teaches in Murray, KY now was the art presenter in Columbia.

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ACPC art experience with Ann Flowers Gosser



2021-04-02 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Ms. Debbie Bradshaw, ACPC Principal.
Ann Flowers Gosser, an art teacher who resides in Murray Kentucky, got to make a virtual field trip back to her hometown Thursday in Ms. Jodie Stephens‘ preschool class at ACPC.

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Bringing art to life



2021-04-02 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Ms. Debbie Bradshaw, ACPC Principal.
Columbia native Ann Flowers Gosser was guest teacher at ACPC Thursday in a virtual presentation from her Murray, KY home. She brought art to life through the screen and walked the students through the steps to making colorful rainbow fish puppets.

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