Clark Students Create Pumpkin Glyphs For Halloween

CLARK — Students in Miss Grigoli’s kindergarten class at Valley Road School in Clark created Pumpkin Glyphs for Halloween. In this lesson, students learn a powerful way to display data using a glyph. Students are also able to interpret glyphs made by other students from looking at the glyph key. Each pumpkin is unique according to how children respond to a set of questions. Pictured above, Kindergartners Madison Bridgewater and Patrick Cook proudly show off their work on a bulletin board created by their teacher. (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)

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