• Ms. McLaughlin


    West Side School and Goosehill Primary School

Welcome to - Ms. McLaughlin's Home Page

  • Gavin Hours: 


    West Side School

    Monday and Tuesday - 8:30-3:30

    Wednesday - 12:00-3:30



    Extra Help: 8:30-9:00 am Mondays and Tuesdays.  Please email me for an appointment.

    To sign up for a conference on March 22, 29 or April 5, please click on link:

    Please click here to sign up for a conference

    NOTE: Art conference will take place at Goosehill Primary School for West Side Art 



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    Wednesday - 8:15-11:15

    Thursday and Friday - 8:15-3:15




    Extra Help: 8:30-9:00 am Thursdays and Fridays.  Please email me for an appointment.

    To sign up for a Conference on March 22, 29 or April 5, please click on this link:

    Please click here to sign up for a conference






  •  GH welcome  The Goose Hill Primary School art program focuses on the Elements of Art (line, shape, color, form, space, texture, value).  We build levels of creativity and dexterity skills to help students draw, paint, sculpt, cut and paste and show their creativity in various ways.


    GRIT West Side School was challenged to create images using GRIT words and phrases in the Art room. In teams, the students expressed their phrases in pictoral form. One winning team from each class was rewarded by having their work of art permanently printed on canvas and are proudly displayed in our hallways.


    GH Kindness Gqarden  The Goose Hill Kindness Garden was created by our First Grade students to remind one another to be caring, kind and compassionate.  The colorful garden can be seen in the courtyard at Goose Hill Primary School.


  • Bench 2018     Bench

    These benches were created with art teacher, Ms. McLaughlin and the 6th grade students from 2016/17 and 2017/18.  The students were inspired by Pop artist, Roy Lichtenstein and Brazilian artist, Romero Britto and incorporated their own tiles and slats with vibrant designs and GRIT phrases.

Mood Meter - Found Objects
Mood Meter - Geometric Shapes
  • These Mood Meters represent the philosophy from the Ruler Effect where students express their feelings based on color quadrants. They created one in 3-dimensional form using found objects from this decade and the other in 2-dimensional form using geometic shapes and lines.

  • Still life Goosehill families, please visit our hallways and see our students' artwork. We are so proud of their achievements!