By C.M. Bateman
During the Celebration of Learning at Summit Public Schools: Tahoma, students from the Visual Arts class and the Holocaust class created artwork to display what they’ve learned from their courses.
Students in the Visual Arts course, taught by Eli Cetto, created a full-room display of all the work they have made throughout the year.
Here are some photos from their display:
Students in the Holocaust course, taught by Lissa Thiele, decorated shipping tags and folded origami to honor the children who were placed in Japanese Internment Camps in the United States during World War II.
Here are some photos from their room: