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Summer 2008 Vol. 15. No. 4 Focus on Following the Money

School snapshot

School Snapshot

By the Notebook on May 22, 2008 12:00 AM
Photo: Spiral Q Puppet Theater

Fifth grade artists from Feltonville Intermediate display their handcrafted puppets at a May school assembly and discuss their learning experience with Spiral Q Puppet Theater teacher Rose Levine. Starting last fall, Spiral Q artists engaged the entire Feltonville fifth grade in the yearlong “Lifting Our Cultures and Families” project, an innovative infusion of art education, cultural awareness, and tolerance. The partnership helped address a dramatic change in demographics at the school. A parade scheduled for June 4 at Feltonville will showcase 30 giant puppets produced through the collaboration in a celebration of the school’s diversity.

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Submitted by Virginia Barton (not verified) on March 16, 2018 4:19 am

I have mixed feelings. On the one hand these masks remind me of mascots of the last century (those were rather scary, don't you think?). On the other - they are obviously hand-made and kids must have spend a whole lot of time and effort on them, and actually they've done the job nicely, masks show character and are even funny from the second view! I would love to read testimonials on Trustmypaper if there are any yet!

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