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KELLERISD\20934DebateDebate Teacher3/28/2017 7:58:28 AMAccas, Ann5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e8f2b8cd3c-f05a-4bb3-bd0e-6b14101dd7e5
KELLERISD\13790Library-Media TechnologyLibrary-Media Technology Specialist3/28/2017 7:58:33 AMAdams, Janet5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e884cc3143-9069-466f-9da2-fb7505293ff6
KELLERISD\31028CounselorCounselor3/28/2017 8:01:28 AMAdams, Kelli5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e81fa215ff-d313-4c9f-9d40-2bdd6284cf88
KELLERISD\31306Child Nutrition IChild Nutrition I Specialist3/28/2017 8:01:54 AMAlegria Acevedo, Claudia5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e8457fa539-6ec9-4ecd-bb25-27d1fc633fe3
KELLERISD\30134CustodianCustodian12/7/2016 8:50:54 AMAlvarez-Garcia, Elizabeth5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e8bc818781-ed6d-4acb-bdee-3ae1b748c20b
KELLERISD\11582Diagnostician - Federal FundsDiagnostician3/28/2017 7:58:56 AMAnderson, Ann5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e89792c5e2-f121-46ce-bd81-c5ca06ba7340
KELLERISD\13761EnglishEnglish Teacher1/13/2017 2:43:10 PMhttp://my.kellerisd.net:80/User Photos/Profile Pictures/13761_MThumb.jpgArias, Lauren5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e8eb1e22b8-aac9-4a30-9ccc-003196e3d127
KELLERISD\10945ESLESL Teacher3/28/2017 7:56:22 AMAsahara, Eri5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e86199f457-5f6c-48b3-893e-b90e39dbb0e6
Jay Asp (°1978, Saint Paul, United States) makes paintings, drawings and sculptures. With Plato’s allegory of the cave in mind, Asp presents everyday objects as well as references to texts, painting and architecture. Pompous writings and Utopian constructivist designs are juxtaposed with trivial objects. Categories are subtly reversed.Asp creates situations in which everyday objects are altered or detached from their natural function. By applying specific combinations and certain manipulations, different functions and/or contexts are created. With the use of appropriated materials which are borrowed from a day-to-day context, he tries to increase the dynamic between audience and author by objectifying emotions and investigating the duality that develops through different interpretations.His works are an investigation into representations of (seemingly) concrete ages and situations as well as depictions and ideas that can only be realized in painting. By examining the ambiguity and origination via retakes and variations, he makes work that deals with the documentation of events and the question of how they can be presented. The work tries to express this with the help of physics and technology, but not by telling a story or creating a metaphor.His works never shows the complete structure. This results in the fact that the artist can easily imagine an own interpretation without being hindered by the historical reality. Jay Asp currently lives and works in Fort Worth.KELLERISD\22639ArtArt Teacher3/28/2017 7:59:49 AMhttp://my.kellerisd.net:80/User Photos/Profile Pictures/22639_MThumb.jpgAsp, JayCHS Visual Arts;KellerISD Visual Arts;Upcoming Competitions/Shows;Painting;Art History5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e8ba1212b2-4ca1-40b7-9296-fdac19134847
KELLERISD\27760Child Nutrition IChild Nutrition I Specialist3/28/2017 8:01:29 AMBaeza Avalos, Virginia5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e87b72430b-0edb-4000-b5cb-87b3c1f0f007

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KELLERISD\14203AVIDAVID Teacher3/28/2017 7:59:27 AMMorris, Robert5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e8786f41aa-7214-45f7-b222-7b2d7d6e9b15
KELLERISD\10940Academic AssociateAcademic Associate11/4/2016 3:08:27 PMMize, Khristi5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e802b4f524-5660-4622-8b3f-375e59af5203
KELLERISD\13265Academic DeanAcademic Dean Assistant Principal3/28/2017 7:58:17 AMPersyn, Eric5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e86b9bb1ed-882d-4bf6-932f-bb7c9963c920
KELLERISD\12698Academic DecathalonAcademic Decathalon Teacher3/28/2017 7:55:54 AMMeador, Beverly5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e8e9229a41-e3ad-4e30-829c-b1f49b670196
Teacher for ASL I, II, and III. I began the ASL program for KISD 14 years ago when Central High School opened up. Our World Language classes are an immersion program with 90% of my classes being conducted with voices off/ signing only. ​KELLERISD\14218American Sign LanguageAmerican Sign Language Teacher3/28/2017 7:59:29 AMCleveland, Cynthia5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e8ca028615-8752-4e88-bdc1-e5a15590c6a3
KELLERISD\21642Anatomy & PhysiologyAnatomy & Physiology Teacher Anatomy & Physiology Teacher3/28/2017 7:58:29 AMBaggett, Anna5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e8f836ed22-1b6c-4e6a-a89e-11d196ee8b21
KELLERISD\13131ArtArt Teacher3/28/2017 7:57:08 AMMassie, Denise5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e8a91f99b5-9fa0-4491-b98f-448486315f93
Jay Asp (°1978, Saint Paul, United States) makes paintings, drawings and sculptures. With Plato’s allegory of the cave in mind, Asp presents everyday objects as well as references to texts, painting and architecture. Pompous writings and Utopian constructivist designs are juxtaposed with trivial objects. Categories are subtly reversed.Asp creates situations in which everyday objects are altered or detached from their natural function. By applying specific combinations and certain manipulations, different functions and/or contexts are created. With the use of appropriated materials which are borrowed from a day-to-day context, he tries to increase the dynamic between audience and author by objectifying emotions and investigating the duality that develops through different interpretations.His works are an investigation into representations of (seemingly) concrete ages and situations as well as depictions and ideas that can only be realized in painting. By examining the ambiguity and origination via retakes and variations, he makes work that deals with the documentation of events and the question of how they can be presented. The work tries to express this with the help of physics and technology, but not by telling a story or creating a metaphor.His works never shows the complete structure. This results in the fact that the artist can easily imagine an own interpretation without being hindered by the historical reality. Jay Asp currently lives and works in Fort Worth.KELLERISD\22639ArtArt Teacher3/28/2017 7:59:49 AMhttp://my.kellerisd.net:80/User Photos/Profile Pictures/22639_MThumb.jpgAsp, JayCHS Visual Arts;KellerISD Visual Arts;Upcoming Competitions/Shows;Painting;Art History5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e8ba1212b2-4ca1-40b7-9296-fdac19134847
KELLERISD\30822ArtArt Teacher3/28/2017 8:01:11 AMStapleton, Jodi5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e895a938e4-8666-4178-a01a-f9e761642ddc
KELLERISD\29019ArtArt Teacher3/28/2017 7:58:56 AMBoehner, Joshua5db0ad05-1a3e-48ee-9096-a8a64ae9a8e8cd13a27a-5f82-4398-92cd-ab59324e8e88