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K-12 Art

Every child is an artist. 

The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.



Mrs. Julie Mohr



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Bachelor of Science in K-12 Art Education, Chadron State College, 1980
+ 36 hours of post graduate credit with an emphasis in graphic arts

Teaching Experience:

  • Arnold Public Schools K-12 Art, 1981- Current
  • MPCC Adjucant Faculty Member,  2008 - Current
  • School House Graphics Co-Teacher, 2002 - Current
  • Yearbook Advisor, 1992 - Current


  • Art Club
  • Annual Staff


  • NRCSA Secondary Teacher of the Year - 2012
  • Appointed Presenter for the "Summit on the Role of Education in Economic Development in Rural America in Washington, D.C. - 2011
  • Nebraska Excellence in Teaching With Technology Award - 2010
  • Apple Exemplary Program in Education - 2010
  • Career Education Partnership Act (CEPA) Competitive Grant - 2007-2009
  • First Place - Governor’s Youth Advisory Council Competitive Mural Contest -1998




1st hour: 8:00-8:52
School House Graphic Products

2nd hour: 8:54-9:46
Studio Art

3rd hour: 9:52-10:44

4th hour: 10:46-11:38

5th hour: 11:40-12:32
Studio Art

Lunch: 12:32-1:02

6th hour: 1:04-1:56
Elem Art

7th hour: 1:58-2:50
MS Art

8th hour: 2:52-3:44
Graphic Art

Summers: 7:00 am – 4:00 pm, Monday-Thursday - School House Graphic Products

Updates & News

  • Leighton Bubak Wins Art Award: Congressman Presents

    Congressman Adrian Smith made the trip to Arnold Public School on Friday, May 6th to present Leighton Bubak with his 4th place win in a photography contest.  Smith was shown around the building, as well as the featured speaker at a special assembly at 11 a.m.  Leighton and Mrs. Mohr were both commended for their hard work in the arts. Below is a copy of what ran in the Arnold Sentinel after his visit:  * * * Congressman Adrian Smith presented a Congressional Art Competition award ...  Read More...

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