First-Grader Artists At Greenburgh School Create Stained-Glass Exhibit

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Several of the Lee F. Jackson first-grade artists who created the stained-glass work stand in front of the exhibit.
Several of the Lee F. Jackson first-grade artists who created the stained-glass work stand in front of the exhibit. Photo Credit: Lee F. Jackson School
One of the stained-glass panels in the Jackson School depicting one of the educational attributes "Inquirers".
One of the stained-glass panels in the Jackson School depicting one of the educational attributes "Inquirers". Photo Credit: Lee F. Jackson School
Stained-glass panels in the Jackson School depicting another of the educational attributes -- "Open-Minded".
Stained-glass panels in the Jackson School depicting another of the educational attributes -- "Open-Minded". Photo Credit: Lee F. Jackson School
One of the stained-glass panels depicting the educational attribute "Risk-takers".
One of the stained-glass panels depicting the educational attribute "Risk-takers". Photo Credit: Lee F. Jackson School
Being "Knowledgeable" is a trait that Jackson School students featured in their stained glass art.
Being "Knowledgeable" is a trait that Jackson School students featured in their stained glass art. Photo Credit: Lee F. Jackson School
"Reflective" is a trait highlighted by the Lee F. Jackson first-grade students.
"Reflective" is a trait highlighted by the Lee F. Jackson first-grade students. Photo Credit: Lee F. Jackson

HARTSDALE, N.Y. -- The first-graders at Greenburgh Central Schools Lee F. Jackson School completed their months long art project this month, lighting up their school with a stained glass window art exhibit.

Principal Patricia Simone said in her monthly newsletter that the group began work early this year.

"Throughout January and February, the Franklin first graders worked with painter and muralist Tova Snyder to design and create stained glass about the International Baccalaureate character traits, which highlight being knowledgeable, reflective, open-minded and caring." she said.

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