Clark Sixth Graders Make Snowflakes To Decorate The Halls Of Connecticut School

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In the picture above, Rachael Chin, Emily Mac Millian, Jacqueline David, Nicalina Del Rosario, Alexa Almeida, Nicholas Ridente, Federico Veltre, Andrew Lakkis, Nicholas Serpe, Konstantinos Nicholas, Michael Shackleton, William Kelly, Brandon Hund, Michael Alongi, Jason Conklin, and Courtney Brand showcase their snowflakes in Krista Chapman’s mathematics class. (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)

In the picture above, Rachael Chin, Emily Mac Millian, Jacqueline David, Nicalina Del Rosario, Alexa Almeida, Nicholas Ridente, Federico Veltre, Andrew Lakkis, Nicholas Serpe, Konstantinos Nicholas, Michael Shackleton, William Kelly, Brandon Hund, Michael Alongi, Jason Conklin, and Courtney Brand showcase their snowflakes in Krista Chapman’s mathematics class. (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)

CLARK — Students in Krista Chapman’s math class at Carl H. Kumpf School in Clark discussed symmetry and showed support the community of Newtown, Conn. by making snowflakes before the winter holidays.

The Connecticut Parent Teacher Student Association asked for students to create paper snowflakes to decorate their new facility, which opened this week. The goal for the project is to welcome the elementary school students to their new classrooms with a winter wonderland. The Clark students are hoping that the snowflakes and decorated school can help put a smile on the young children of Sandy Hook Elementary School and let them know that others are thinking of them.

 


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