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Ridgefield students celebrate end of year with online art show

The Columbian
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RIDGEFIELD — Teachers at Ridgefield School District decided to end the year with an online art show to celebrate students’ creativity. Students were already using Seesaw, an app for remote learning where they could share their artwork with each other. “While students are at home without supplies and teacher support, we have all still found ways to be creative,” View Ridge Middle School art teacher Michelle Hankins said in a news release. “Students have illustrated words, designed shoes, created sculptures from items in their homes, created land art, and created projects to represent their view on the environment.” The online art show videos — divided into grades kindergarten through fourth; fifth through eighth grade; and ninth through 12th grade — can be viewed on the Ridgefield School District website under Youth Arts Month at http://spudderactivities.weebly.com/youth-arts-month.html.

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