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Holy Cross Catholic School Art Gallery

Art Teacher Mrs. Renee Zirbel passed along these pictures and descriptions of art classes at Holy Cross Catholic School:

The second grade used recyclable materials to create Christmas ornaments. They used collage and papier-mache techniques.

The third graders created printing plates out of raw spaghetti noodles and cardboard. When printed, they created pine needles and branches. Berries were added using our finger prints.

(ABOVE and BELOW) The sixth graders created ceramic calacas for the Day of the Dead celebration in fall.

(BELOW) The eighth graders are finally finishing their Pop art sculptures. These were made with papier-mache, newspaper and acrylic paint.

About Holy Cross Catholic School
Located on the growing northeast side of Green Bay at the historic crossroads of Church and Bay Settlement Roads, Holy Cross Catholic School is the point at which faith, community and education converge. The school educates children within the Catholic faith and provides them with opportunities to develop the values, attitudes and skills that will enable them to become vital members of the community. Holy Cross Catholic School has been in existence for 141 years and has an enrollment of 195 students in grades EC3 to 8th grade. For more information, please visit the school's website: http://www.holycrossfamily.org/.

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