Students designed a community-based project that honored the Earth

Third graders Eleanor and Jemea wanted to plan a community-based project for the (6-9) students. They spent several weeks researching projects, creating a detailed supply list, composing a letter to parents and organizing materials. Their goal was to find art projects that the children could do as a team and that honored the Earth. They ended up selecting a handprint tree, reclaimed trash murals, and rock painting. This past Friday, they led their classmates in creating these beautiful projects. Their teacher Kristen Rammel commented, “It was wonderful to see all the children engaged in such a thoughtful student-led experience!”


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