Haldane Celebrates Art in Education Week

Photos by Mike Turton

Haldane, like many schools across the country, is celebrating Art in Education Week. At the September 7 school board meeting Superintendent of Education Mark Villanti showed off four works by students from fourth through twelfth grade. Included was a beautiful rendering of a pair of red basketball shoes by Zosia Kruk who graduated in 2010; a highly detailed black and white pen and ink drawing by Elizabeth Khadabux; a 4th grade collaboration that produced three panels depicting the Hudson River and Monet’s Bridge at Giverny created by 5th and 6th grade artists.

Monet's Bridge at Giverny created by 5th and 6th grade artists

Black and white pen and ink drawing by Elizabeth Khadabux

4th grade collaboration that produced three panels depicting the Hudson River

Red Basketball Shoes by Zosia Kruk (who graduated in 2010)


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