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Marshall holds Open House

This highly detailed pen and ink drawing by sixth-grader Jessica Nguyen is titled “Animal Zendoodle.”

Marshall holds Open House

Thurgood Marshall Middle School held its 2017 Open House for parents and families on May 24. Visitors were able to view their student’s classrooms to see special displays and work from each child.

An abundance of colorful artworks were on display in the school’s multipurpose room. Each classroom not only held displays of student work, but integrated visual displays and special projects from students which were mounted on walls and placed on tabletops. Some rooms included participatory activities such as blowing soap bubbles and estimating the circumference and diameter of each bubble to find the area of the circle.

Beautifully handcrafted masks were on display at the art show in the multipurpose room during the Marshal Middle School Open House.
Ella Cruz displays her papier mache ketchup bottle.
This colorful winged creature greeted guests at the art show held in the multipurpose room. A white unicorn and other critters were all part of the vivid art display at the Marshall Middle School Open House.
Visitors to the Marshall Middle School Open House were dazzled by the vast display of student art in the multipurpose room.
Ever had one of those days when your head bursts into flames but you don’t care? Apparently that’s the case for this whimsical creation by a Marshall Middle School student at the 2017 Open House art show. This creation constructed of paper by Ryan Vogt was titled “Barry Bizarre.”
The Midnight Woodwinds accept applause after a performance during the Marshall Middle School Open House.

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