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IDES gets creative

Teacher Courtney Haeusler and Grade 1 student Caoimhe Heavey making papier mache monsters. - Submitted photo
Teacher Courtney Haeusler and Grade 1 student Caoimhe Heavey making papier mache monsters.
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Isabella Dicken students are showing off their artistic sides next week at the elementary school’s art show.

The show will run from May 25 to June 5 and feature drawings, paintings, sculptures, papier mache, clay pieces and art made from recycled materials.

“The students of IDES have been working hard during their Fine Arts classes this year by exploring the arts through a variety of mediums,” said Fine Arts teacher, Courtney Haeusler.

Every student from the school will display a piece of art.

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