I just received this email and photo from the Draytonville and Corinth Elementary Schools:
“We recently unveiled this year’s student Cubeecraft designs at our annual school district Arts Expo. We had a few thousand people turn out and all were drawn to the display.
I have attached a photo of some of this year’s designs. Pictured are two 30” Cubees created by classes using compressed cardboard and hand painted, several 4” designs and of course the standard size. We used this photo to publicize the students work at the Expo. I have a few more to send and will do so in the coming days.
The kids love the projects and they are invaluable in the classroom. We are indebted and greatly appreciate all of your efforts!!”
It’s so awesome to see stuff like this and hear about the awesome work going on in schools and libraries all over!
Thank you students and teachers of Corinth and Draytonville Elementary!