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Colors at Edwards-Knox in Russell

To celebrate Youth Art Month, the art department, faculty, staff, and students of Edwards-Knox Central School created a huge school color wheel. Students were assigned a specific color to wear and they were organized in the gym to create this amazing image. Submitted by art teacher Jennifer Impey.

 

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