Powder Springs Elementary School Color Pop Project Collaboration

SCAA Staff

SCAA is proud to announce its Color Pop collaboration with Powder Springs Elementary School in Powder Springs, Ga.

Color Pop is an envisioned ART coloring book project for children in hospitals and at other facilities. These coloring books will feature original artwork created by students from two local schools.  SCAA artists (professional as well as amateur), and other members of the community to communicate interest, good will and to raise the spirits of the recipients. The Color Pop project, by its nature, involves many different groups and individuals to succeed as it is truly a synthesis of creativity by a number of local artists, local schools and students, hospitals and other facilities along with the community.

Powder Springs Elementary School uniquely represents art education up to grade 5. The Elementary School was awarded the designation of the Georgia Department of Education’s Creative School Arts Integration School of Excellence Award, as well as CCSD Arts Integration Certification. At this school, art integration strategies transform teaching and learning when students are encouraged to think in complex ways and apply the knowledge and skills they have acquired to solve problems. All teachers – including general education, specialists, special education, ESOL, gifted, and special-needs Pre-K – receive arts-integration professional learning that consists of training in visual arts, theater, dance/movement, music, and digital arts. Arts integration allows these educators to teach to the whole child, thereby meeting students’ individual learning needs.  (Link for MARCH 23 DEMO DAY.)

More information about Powder Springs Elementary School: The current Powder Springs Elementary School is the fourth facility to serve the historical community of Powder Springs, Georgia with the original public school, Springville Academy, established in 1840. The ground breaking for the current building was held in the fall of 1987 and the school opened in the fall of 1988. The school’s vision is “Investing in Tomorrow while Engaging Creative Minds Today. It’s mission is to Invest, Inspire, and Innovate with Integrity. By working together, we are making a difference in the lives of our students.”

If you wish to know more, or are considering supporting this school’s future art education projects, use the following contacts. To donate to Powder Springs Elementary School contact the Powder Springs Elementary Foundation at https://4agc.com/donation_pages/ec9c03b4-ed73-46d4-a142-8496cd25df31/  or contact Lisa Daves (parent facilitator) at lisa.daves@cobbk12.org 

If you have any other questions about Powder Springs Elementary, please contact the school directly at c.joseph@cobbK12.org.

Special thank you for the support of  Principal Kenyatta Redding Frederick as well as Art Educator Oksana Ferenchuk, and PSE former Principal Debbie Broadnax who began this artful journey with SCAA.

Artwork pictured in this posting was part of a previous joint project between Powder Springs Elementary School with 3D enhancements by art educator, Danielle Walker, and her McEachern High School students.  (McEachern is also an SCAA Art Exhibit partner school.)

Arts integration video about Powder Springs Elementary is available on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjVvtQkLnK0

Contact SCAA for information as to this Color Pop Community Children’s Project.



  • January 4, 2021 - June 30, 2021
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


Venue Phone: 770-222-3746

Venue Website:

4570 Grady Grier Dr., Powder Springs, Georgia, 30127