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Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary Celebrates 10 Years of Outstanding Artwork

Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School recently celebrated 10 years of outstanding artistry with a special celebration and gallery of past and current student artwork.

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Shirley, NY - June 10, 2014 - Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School in the William Floyd School District recently celebrated 10 years of outstanding artistry with a special celebration and gallery of past and current student artwork. Led by art teacher Eileen Randazzo, one student from each grade level (kindergarten through fifth grade) in the elementary school was chosen to have their artwork displayed based upon their artistic ability and for being a good role model. Each piece of artwork was framed (courtesy of the Nathaniel Woodhull PTO) and displayed in a special gallery at the school for parents, teachers and administrators to enjoy.

Additionally, some of the older students from across the district who attended Nathaniel Woodhull and have a love for the arts came back to participate in the celebration and showcase their artwork. “The Nathaniel Woodhull Art Gallery is a wonderful way to honor the creativity and hard work of our young artists,” said Monica Corona, principal, Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School.”

 

Pictured: Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School art teacher Eileen Randazzo (far left) with some of Nathaniel Woodhull’s finest artists from over the past 10 years.