Last week one district primary school made the most of its time with an artist-in-residence. Bumblebeelovesyou visited Trillium to work with students on a mural for the playground.
According to Trillium officials, the artist "seeks to capture a sense of the whimsy, playfulness, innocence, freedom and joy of childhood."
Students in K-2 worked on individual artwork while third through fifth graders assisted the artist on the stencil and mixed-media mural.
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