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art educator

Rita Fay Scott, American art educator. National Board Certified in Art for Young Adults/Adolescents 2001. Recipient Oklahoma Indian Educator of Year, Oklahoma Council for Indian Educators, 1998, Arts Power Business Circle, 2003, Competitive art show (People's Choice Award) for Five Civilized Tribes Museum, Muskogee, Okla, 2004.

Background

Scott, Rita Fay was born on July 16, 1954 in Marietta, Oklahoma, United States. Daughter of Frank Jimmie and Lavene B. Johnson.

Education

Bachelor of Education, East Central Oklahoma State University, 1976. Master of Education, East Central Oklahoma State University, 1978.

Career

Teacher art/craft Vanoss Public School, Ada, Oklahoma, since 1976. Teacher art Johnson O'Malley summer school Ada City Schools, 1988—2005. Teacher art gifted/talented lycium summer East Central University, 1998—2003.

Teacher Chickasaw Nation Summer School, 2005. Teacher upward-bound summer art Chickasaw Nation Murray State College, Ada, Oklahoma, 2000.

Achievements

  • National Board Certified in Art for Young Adults/Adolescents 2001.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Illustrator: book Lordy Lamb and the Twelve Lisciples, 1989. Artwork shown at John F. Kennedy Center, Washington, DC, 1980. Illustrator Thirst by Dania Deschamps, 2005.

Membership

Member of National Education Association, Holdenville Society Painters and Sculptors, Oklahoma Education Association, Oklahoma Art Education Association, Delta Kappa Gamma Rho.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Hosting international exchange students, collecting baskets, reading, teaching cultural Native American camps.

Connections

Married Larry Charles Scott, September 4, 1976. Children: Lesley Jane, David Andrew.

father:
Frank Jimmie

mother:
Lavene B. Johnson

spouse:
Larry Charles Scott

children:
Lesley Jane Scott

David Andrew Scott