The Oklahoma Arts Council has awarded FAME Academy a 2021 Art Grant. The Alternative Education Grants will fund 15 weeks of art instruction during FAME: The Passport to Art project. Art teacher Glenna Pace will teach pottery and drawing. Students will have their art displayed at the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center in March. FAME will have a Virtual Art Show during December to showcase all student art.
Focusing on Alternative Methods of Education
FAME Receives 2021 OK Art Council Grant
FAME Volunteers Receive the President's Volunteer Service Award
Neva Kitsmiller and Sam Pace received the President's Volunteer Service Award for the hours they have spent volunteering at FAME. Neva Kitsmiller has taught crochet classes for over 10 years, and has taught hundreds of FAME students to crochet. Sam Pace has organized the Food Pantry, built gardens and taught tax classes to students. He's spent countless hours working with students to stock, organize and distribute food in the FAME Food Pantry. Thank you Neva and Sam!
FAME ACADEMY RECEIVES PROGRAM OF THE YEAR AWARD
FAME Academy received the Program of the Year Award at the annual Oklahoma School Alternative Education Association Conference.