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Creative Expression 2015 Highlights

Student Voice, Artistic Expression and No Name-Calling Week: A Winning Combination!

Each year GLSEN captures and shares images or videos of school displays or individual student work on a national level when educators or other community members submit them to our Creative Expression Exhibit. This is an opportunity for schools across the nation to come together to visually display their collective efforts to create a culture of no name-calling in schools. Educators are invited to work with students in classes or after-school clubs to create school wide displays featuring the message of No Name-Calling Week and 2015's theme of "Celebrate Kindness" and submit images of these displays or images of individual student's works for inclusion in our National Exhibit. Check out some of this year's creative expressions from schools around the country:

Farah Sanford, 12th Grade, Arlington High School, Poughkeepsie, NY
Ms. Booth's 5th Grade Class, Atlanta Charter School, Atlanta, GA
Duveneck Elementary School, Palo Alto, CA International Community High School, Bronx, NY
Jefferson Middle School's WISE CLUB, Washington, D.C.
Juanita Elementary School, Clearfield, PA
Margetts Elementary School, Chestnut Ridge, NY North Boulevard Elementary School, Pompton Plains, NJ
PS 77 Lower Lab, New York, NY
Red Creek Middle School, Red Creek, NY

Click here to view all submissions from Red Creek Middle School.
Stephen Mack Middle School, Rockton, IL
Olsen Middle School, Hollywood, FL