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ARTS ATTACK RETURNS TO RANCHO VERDE

posted May 11, 2017, 12:58 PM by Kristin Hernandez   [ updated May 11, 2017, 12:59 PM ]
Students painting a dandelion flower.












Students creating cars out of toilet paper rolls. GHHS band and color guard performing at Rancho Verde.



Photos: Top-Students create dandelions flowers using Q-Tips and paint at the "Make a Wish" workshop. Left: Students create cardboard cars out of paper towel rolls. Right: The Granite Hills High School band and color guard perform for Rancho Verde as they arrive to campus for the day. 



Rancho Verde Elementary School's annual Arts Attack kicked off today! Students were welcomed to campus with a performance by the Granite Hills High School band and color guard. Throughout the day, classes rotated through ten different art workshops, where they put learning and imagination to work through a variety of artistic techniques. Classes also had the opportunity to view a high-energy performance by Street Beat, a hip-hop and percussion crew that uses household items and objects for drums.

Arts Attack continues tomorrow with an early morning performance by the Granite Hills High School choir, followed by another day of art workshops and an assembly by Bubblemania.


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