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The Legends of Perry Lake By Terry L. Ryan
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Just a collection of stories about a wild and wacky group of young friends who explored life together in a magical place of escape where they all grew old together ... and had great fun along the way.
** Atkins HS 2016-17 Yearbook ** By Atkins HS PTSA
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The 2016-17 Atkins HS Yearbook: includes Student and Staff photos, Athletics, Academics, Special Features, and Senior Items. The digital download here is not the same as the bonus digital version to... More > be released later and elsewhere.< Less
Time-based Station By Tao Ma
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This thesis project explores how time could be manifested in architecture, how a building could be occupied by different programs at different time. And I chose subway station as my study object.... More > Subway station is hotspot in city, people come and go, and there are various temporary activities that pop up based on time, music performances, street plays, small retailing and so on; all of which bring a lot of fun to this place. My intention is to intensify these fun factors and make the subway station not only a passing through space, but a time-based hybrid space.< Less
The Poetry of the Landscape - Ms. Chen's Class By LFCSA
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Our 2016-2017 4th grade artists worked with their classroom teachers and with their dance, music, and visual arts specialists in an exploration of Ca- lifornia regions and their unique landscapes. As... More > part of these investigations, students were introduced to the fundamentals of photography. Armed with this knowledge, students went on a special field trip to Hahamongna Watershed Park in Altadena where they documented the mountain region and arroyo ecosystems. After their field trip, 4th grade artists also explored the possibilities of photo effects during the photo editing process as they worked to enhance and/or transform the original photos they captured at Hahamongna. Through the study of poetry, students explored various forms such as acrostic poems, haiku, free verse, as well as figurative language such as metaphor and simile. Students then wrote original poems inspired by their hike and the photographs they took.< Less