Johnstonville Elementary School students showed off their creative sides with recycled materials as they learned about environmental conservation. Photos submitted

Local students show off recycled art

Under the coordination of first grade teacher Marcie Johnson, Johnstonville Elementary School hosted a Recycled Art Show from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 8.

The event showcased arts and crafts that incorporated recyclable household items, to stress the importance of environmental conservation. Each class participated in creating a project for display. In addition to the class projects, students were encouraged to participate in an individual art and poetry contest.

The event had a great turn out. Families had an opportunity to work on collaborative projects, and explore with recyclables to create more fun pieces of art.

First grade teacher Marcie Johnson and poetry contest winner Iris Rice pose during Johnstonville Elementary School’s Recycled Art Show May 8.

Also part of the festivities, Thomas and Linda Braun performed live music and there was an ice cream social.

 

The winners are as follows:

 

Art Contestant winners:

Elizabeth Faria, second grade

Brylee Leslie, third grade

Clark Brazil, Kindergarten

 

Poetry contestant winners:

Iris Rice, first grade

Alyssa Kirkpatrick, seventh grade

Aniel Ledezma, fourth grade

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