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Students, parents and teachers at Greenacres School often stop in the hallway to admire a beautiful enormous flower created by the students as a community-building project. The concept came from school psychologist Dr. Agetina Smajlaj and art  teacher Elizabeth Rosenstadt as a way to engage all students in a schoolwide project designed to promote a sense of community and demonstrate the power of collaboration. After looking at collaborative art projects in other districts, Smajlaj and Rosenstadt had all Greenacres studentstrace their own hand on paper, cut out the tracing and decorate it. With help of students and other staff, Rosenstadt assembled the decorated hands to create a giant flower. Beside it is the message, “Here at Greenacres we are all unique and beautiful, but together we are a masterpiece.” The flower project is the latest of many programs, including Recycling Rangers, veggiecation, walking school bus and community service drives, in the iCare initiative started last year at the school.

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