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Updated: 02/05/2014 08:00:01AM

Students continue to be celebrated for their artistic abilities

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Christine Roslow


Deja Rodriguez, a student at Bartow Elementary Academy, standing next to her artistic creation “Geoffrey Giraffe.”


From left, Lacy Barker, Brooke Klick, Amanda Ortiz, and Ashley Elliott are all members of the Gause Academy’s Leadership Class. They’ve studied poverty and homelessness in the community at large and are doing their part to aid those who are homeless.

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Learning to Be Me: K-Second Grade Elementary Students Exhibition wrapped up last week with more than 115 artworks displayed. All of the students received a certificate and had their picture taken alongside their artwork.

Members of the Polk County School Board and employees of the Polk Museum of Art used this opportunity to thank the art teachers and parents for their support and to reiterate the critical role of art education.

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