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By RICK BOSTON
Staff Writer 

District Support Creates Thriving Art Program at Central

 

December 5, 2019

Rick Boston

Central High School art students Cameron Stair, Leah Decker, Emily Dunn and Brandon Righteous show their completed art projects. Central High School's art program allows students of different skill levels and interests to explore their creative side working in a variety of disciplines.

Give any small child a crayon and paper and watch as a creative spirit is instantly awakened to transform that blank sheet into something unique and imaginative. And watch as the child's face lights up with pride at what has been created.

Central High School art teacher Heather Trimeloni knows that feeling well.

Trimeloni tapped into her creative side from the minute she could hold a crayon and turned her passion into a career that helps others explore the artist in them.

"I was passionate about art from a very young age," she said. "I took private art lessons all through elementary schoo...



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