Barrio Logan site students and families were given the opportunity to participate in interactive workshops hosted by the New Children's Museum. During these workshops, they were able to express themselves through art by engaging in an Imaginative Storytelling workshop.
They wrote and created books on the topic of their choice. One student created an art book about her life. She included headshot drawings of the people in her life inside and outside of school. Others created stories around animals, and nature. Students and family members were heavily active throughout the event.
They also participated in a workshop that centered around sharing what change they would like to see in the world and/or what problem they would like to address. They did this by painting on canvases that were then showcased at the New Children's Museum on the 25th of June. At BLCI, we like to emphasize how important it is for our students and families to be engaged in various activities for holistic development, one being getting creative. Thank you to the New Children's Museum for this fun and amazing opportunity.