Mrs. Amber King

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Mrs. Amber King

Hello, I am Amber King. I was born and raised in Grant, Alabama, where I currently reside with my wonderful husband, Rodney and our two beautiful children Ty (6) & Elli Anna (4). My husband and I are high school sweet hearts & have been together for 20 years. We have a small farm next to my parent's farm and we love raising all types of animals. My husband and I enjoy movies, hiking, traveling, concerts, theater, swimming, fishing, knee boarding and anything outdoors & quality family time. All of my family live very close to us and we are all very family oriented and love spending time together. 

In addition to teaching, I am in the US Army Reserve, 13th BN ORD, 4th BDE 108TH DIV, stationed at the Redstone Arsenal.  I love to travel. My favorite vacation was a trip to Jamaica and the Cayman Islands. It was absolutely amazing to see how the people live and I enjoyed talking to the school children and teachers in their area. I am working on visiting all of the states in the U.S. but I enjoy visiting other countries also. I feel very blessed to have had the opportunity to do so many great things in my life and I intend to do much more. I love every minute of life and try to live it to the fullest.

Welcome to Mrs. King's 

9th-12th grade Art Class!

 


EDUCATION 

Masters in Education Administration, 2006, Grand Canyon University

 

Bachelor of Science in Art Education, 2003, Alabama A&M University

 

Associate in Science Degree, 2001, Northeast State Community College

 

Graduate of KDS DAR High School,1999, Grant, Alabama

 

      

 

     

In art, students learn about the principles and elements of art and design. 

The elements of art are: line, texture, space, shape, form, color and value

The principles of art that students will learn are: balance, harmony, proportion, unity and emphasis

     

 What can you do to encourage your child's art education?  

Encourage your child to draw or paint when they have extra time, instead of T.V. or video games.  

 

Take a trip to a museum or gallery.  

 

Encourage your child to bring home art projects from school.  

 

Display your child's artwork in a prominent part of your home.  

 

 

Don't tell your child that you are not artistic!   (Many students think that art ability or lack of it is inherited.)  

 

Let your child see you enjoying art!        

 

                                      

I began my teaching career in the Marshall County School System in 2004.

I taught at DAR Middle School and DAR High School for three years, and I did my student teaching at Huntsville High School and at Jones Valley Elementary in Madison Co. 

I transferred to Morgan County School System in 2007.

I love my job and I enjoy creating Art in my spare time.