Welcome to Mr. Galley's Classroom!

  • Welcome to my classroom homepage. Please check back often for updates on what we are working on in class. For information on homework due dates please check the resources section of the site. For information on course expectations and a syllabus please check the resources link. My contact information and email link is located at the bottom of this page on the left side.

    Important Dates for the First Marking Period

    Start of the first marking period: September 8
    half day (all students): September 25
    Columbus Day: October 12
    25 week progress reports due: October 2
    Flex Day: October 22
    Superintendent Conference Day: November 3
    Veterans Day: November 11
    Late or missing projects for the first marking period due date: October 30
    End of the first marking period: November 6

    Google Classroom Codes
    Please use the codes below to join our Google Classroom.  Google Classroom will be our daily connection point for classes during remote instruction.  Codes were emailed to students school accounts on September 1st.
    • Art Portfolio Development (block 1 days 1/3):  7343ia3
    • Drawing & Painting (block 2 days 1/3):  jwy4nck
    • Drawing & Painting (block 1 days 2/4):  h4j3jzl
    • Computer Graphics (block 2 days 2/4):  7wuvofq
    • Computer Graphics (block 3 days 2/4):  bdfomnx
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Philip Burke visits WSW
Philip Burke shares his ideas and techniques about painting with WSW students.
Philip Burke taks about his drawing process he uses before painting.
Philip Burke works with WSW students Will Denton and Alisha Johnson.
Artist Derek Hendrickson from Renaissance Studio shares career information with AVA students.