2005-03-11 / Community

Channel View Rooms Get A Facelift


More than 30 volunteers contributed to the artistic renderings of volcanoes, Egyptian artifacts and dinosaurs. Betsy Carter, daughter of sixth grade teacher Vivian Carter, is shown working on a Pharaoh’s cat.More than 30 volunteers contributed to the artistic renderings of volcanoes, Egyptian artifacts and dinosaurs. Betsy Carter, daughter of sixth grade teacher Vivian Carter, is shown working on a Pharaoh’s cat.The students and teachers of Channel View School for Research, under the guidance of art teacher Blasé DeCelestino, have decorated the school by painting curriculum-related murals on classroom doors. DeCelestino is pictured with student Julia Piasecki. The students and teachers of Channel View School for Research, under the guidance of art teacher Blasé DeCelestino, have decorated the school by painting curriculum-related murals on classroom doors. DeCelestino is pictured with student Julia Piasecki. School guidance counselor Andrea Green contributed to the project. School guidance counselor Andrea Green contributed to the project. Counseling intern Meikudi Okore helped create a winter scene on one door.  Counseling intern Meikudi Okore helped create a winter scene on one door. Family members have assisted with the painting. PTA President Sharon Hall-Frey is pictured painting a classroom door.Family members have assisted with the painting. PTA President Sharon Hall-Frey is pictured painting a classroom door.Pictured left to right: Nikkole Frey, eighth-grader Kayla Green and seventh-grader Justin Frey (brother of Nikkole.) Pictured left to right: Nikkole Frey, eighth-grader Kayla Green and seventh-grader Justin Frey (brother of Nikkole.)

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