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Sixth grade students looked at masks from a variety of cultures and time periods to influence their own creations focusing specifically on form, repetition, proportion, and materials usage. Advertisements
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Sixth grade students started the year looking closely at photographs of various flowers to inspire 18″x24″ abstract tempera paintings.
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The seventh grade students finished ceramic story tiles that illustrated a short story, legend, or fable they wrote.
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School is A SKETCHBOOK; you can decide what your day is going to be. – Tianna E
School is A CLOCK; you have to wait for the day to end. – Taylor H
School is A VENDING MACHINE; the more you put into it the more you get out of it. – Sarah H
School is A MIRROR; everything you do reflects back to you. – Peter S
School is A BOOK; there is suspense, love, hate, drama and conflicts. – Laurel D
School is A COMPUTER; there are different things to do every time you decide to turn it on. – Matthew K
School is TEXTURE; some days it’s smooth, and other days it’s rough and bumpy! – Mason T
School is A LIBRARY; every book has its own knowledge and every class has its own information. – Marc D
School is A LINE; it can be smooth and wavy or rough and jagged, but it takes you somewhere and you never know if you’re going to end up going forward or back. – Kelly M
School is A SNAKEPIT; you don’t know if you’ll make it out alive… or not. – Kathleen C
School is A PUPPY; one day it could be wild, dramatic, and energetic – other days it could be lazy, tired, boring like math (just kidding Mr. Raponi). – Justin S
School is THE CYCLE OF A BUTTERFLY; we start out scared in 6th grade and then blossom when we get used to the area. – Erin H
School is A PAIR OF GLASSES; everyone has a different pair and will see things a different way. – Cameron P-M
School is A FISH TANK; lots of kids run around. – Brianna S
School is a COMIC BOOK; there are good guys, bad guys, and everyone has heard about it. – Bailey M
School is NEWS; you learn things that have happened and new things every day. – Tricia W
Seventh grade students started the year by visually showing their impression of school through the use of metaphor.
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6th grade identity portraits were the culmination of an ELA unit where students dissected the poem Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll then created a new word that describes them.