Dale Chihuly sculpture made out of plastic bottles in honor of Earth Day.
The downstairs hallway was transformed into a prehistoric cave art exhibit. Students had drawn animals on brown paper and made torches with lights inside. As viewers walked through the dark cave, they held their torches up to the wall and paintings of horses, bison, mammoths, and deers were illuminated.
Kindergarten's paper mache mushrooms.
First grade's studies on Rene Magritte, Aboriginal Handprints, Edgar Degas, Gustav Klimt, and flowers.
All of Elementary learned about the Terracotta army and each student sculpted a warrior out of terracotta clay.
Fourth and fifth grade's Lichtenstein inspired self-portraits, value drawings, and Frank Stella paper sculptures.