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Students shape clay into caring

Kinley Van Ness and Heaven Wiley, third graders at Roosevelt School in Hoisington, shape clay for their class project while working with Hoisington High School students.

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HOISINGTON — Shaping clay into birds, Lincoln School students and Hoisington High School students melded art with character education recently in a cross-curricular activity called “Caring.”
The high school art students of teacher Christina Lamoureaux taught the elementary school kids the process of transforming clay into birds in a nest with a blanket.
The purpose of the activity was to teach leadership to the high school students, teach the elementary school students about caring, and teach art. Plus, the students, both younger and older, admitted to having fun during the process.
“Don’t you wish the world cared 100 percent of ...

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