Walnut Ridge artwork to be displayed at BOE building


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Artwork by students from Walnut Ridge Primary School in Vernon will be on display at theTownship Vernon Board of Education Office on Route 515 throughout the summer.

Thirty kindergarten and first grade students had pieces selected for this exhibit, which highlights many of the major lessons from the primary level art curriculum.

Kindergarten artists are: Heath Babcock, Mina Brock, Madalynn Calcagno, Colin Duffy, Kaylee Free, Myla Kucharik, Brandon Houghtaling, Julia Myers, Anika Paul, Alyssa Walker, Raven Waschmann, Olivia Schmick, Gabriela Villafana.

First grade artists are: Sergio Andi, Maya Bekefi-Miskolczi, Aidan Betancourt, Helen Bilomasur , Michael Causby, Giada DeCeglia, Caterina Dorsey, Ryan Gilmer, Nathan Jones, Susie Mentone, Kelsey Patterson, Gavin Pych, Frankie Rodriguez, Abby Sokolewicz, Viktoria Van Ness, Matthew Vecharello, Olivia Wood.




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