It was evident that something exciting was going to happen. First there were a few flowers on a bulletin board. Then there were a few on the stairwell and then . . . one had only to follow the vibrant flowers budding throughout the building to discover Arts in April and student artwork in full bloom, often with young artists in residence. The evening was best summed up by a parent, “Arts in April was AWESOME! I am [everyone was] truly amazed by the creativity of the students.” Mrs. Rose and the Arts in April committee would like to thank all the families, faculty and staff who helped make this a wonderful PTF event.
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