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Glastonbury Schools Calendar Art Show Tonight

The Board of Education is hosting a celebration of the district's student calendar art tonight at 7 p.m.

 

The annual Glastonbury schools calendar art show is open beginning today in town hall, showcasing work from 15 students from around the district.

The Glastonbury Board of Education is hosting a reception and public presentation of the artwork at 7 p.m. outside the town council chambers at town hall before the board’s meeting. Refreshments will be served, and an award ceremony will be held for the participating artists will take place at the beginning of the school board’s meeting.

The show represents the art from 15 students from around the district whose artwork is published in the 2012-13 school calendar. All schools and grade levels are represented in the art show, including student work from the town’s elementary schools, Smith Middle School and Glastonbury High School.

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The student artists include:

  • Rachel Goldberg, Buttonball Lane Elementary School
  • Cassandra Rodden, Buttonball Lane Elementary School
  • Jordan Goya, Naubuc Elementary School
  • Sammy Edwin Torres, Naubuc Elementary School
  • Ethan Kalk, Nayaug Elementary School
  • Natalie Harrison, Hopewell Elementary School
  • Shane Luca, Elementary School
  • Sarah Propp, Hopewell Elementary School
  • Alexandro Wong, Hopewell Elementary School
  • Allyson Collette, Eastbury Elementary School
  • Eden Baker, Gideon Welles School
  • Courtney Luker, Gideon Welles School
  • Sarah LeClair, Smith Middle School
  • Kelsey Finn, Glastonbury High School

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