A bunch of ‘guerilla gardeners’ led by Heather Nelson have been working hard to get the grounds of the Neshobe School in shape for the coming school year.
This drawing is two feet wide and one and a half feet tall.
At the Otter Valley Unified Union board meeting last Tuesday evening, there were multiple public comments about the incident at Neshobe School regarding threats made by a student.
What bothers us and is unsettling is that on Thursday, March 30th, our son’s class and another 6th grade class had “active shooter review.”
The project we designed is a set of four different shoes that give the wearer different abilities based on the elements represented on the shoe.
The Union Lodge of Masons in Brandon sponsored a “Read to Ride” bike raffle last Friday at the Neshobe Elementary School to promote both literacy and fitness.
On Monday, the Brandon Police Department was made aware that a student had allegedly threatened to shoot both students and staff at the elementary school last week.
Moe and Jackson are both very talented drawers but what I like best about their artwork is that they are also great storytellers.