Columbia art students celebrated Breast Cancer Awareness Month by creating an art show in the high school lobby. The show was on display earlier this month and included watercolor paintings, acrylic paintings, color pencil drawings, chalk pastels and mixed media.
Playskool crayons have been found to contain toxic levels of asbestos, according to the consumer advocacy group U.S. Public Interest Research Group.
Students closed one eye and tilted their heads up toward the sky, looking into their homemade kaleidoscopes and witnessing beautiful colors and designs.
Eighth grader Eliana Bieneman won the AAA Hudson Valley Traffic Safety Poster Contest for the second year in a row. She received the “Club Award” which is the top award given out.
Columbia Art Club students turned the old library book drop into a piece of art.
Columbia High School students had their artwork featured at three different art shows recently – the High School Regional Art Show, the Congressional Art Show and Horsing Around with the Arts.