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Published: 11/11/2012


Central Elementary wall art

Students at Central Elementary are leaving their mark on the school ahead of its closing. As a send-off, art teacher Tina Arndt presented a project that encouraged students to paint the walls of the school. After Sylvania Schools’ winter break, Central students will move to a new building near Timberstone Junior High School. The new school will be known as Central Trail Elementary. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

Students stand near painted walls. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Students stand near painted walls.
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Painted walls in the hallway of Central Elementary. Students were allowed to write and draw on the school walls during art class, as part of a farewell celebration to the elementary school. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Painted walls in the hallway of Central Elementary. Students were allowed to write and draw on the school walls during ...
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Students walk through painted walls in the hallway of Central Elementary. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Students walk through painted walls in the hallway of Central Elementary.
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Students walk through painted walls in the hallway of Central Elementary. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Students walk through painted walls in the hallway of Central Elementary.
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Art everywhere is part of a farewell celebration to the elementary school. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Art everywhere is part of a farewell celebration to the elementary school.
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Central Elementary art teacher Tina Arndt stands near one of the painted walls. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Central Elementary art teacher Tina Arndt stands near one of the painted walls.
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Anna Lowenstein points to her painting on the walls. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Anna Lowenstein points to her painting on the walls.
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Sage Ulery points to her painting. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sage Ulery points to her painting.
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Jack Burke points to his painting. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jack Burke points to his painting.
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AJ Votava points to his painting on the walls. Enlarge | Buy This Photo AJ Votava points to his painting on the walls.
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