Woodburn native participates in Arts and Culture Days
CEDAR RAPIDS – Coe College joined forces with Prairie Creek Intermediate and Truman Elementary schools in Cedar Rapids for the 2013 Art and Culture Days at Coe. This program is part of a national service-learning initiative called “Communicating Common Ground.”
As part of the program, 30 Coe students, including Addy Joss of Woodburn, worked with 110 fifth- and sixth-grade students. Joss, a 2012 graduate of Clarke Community High School, is the daughter of Robert and Teresa Joss.
A total of 50 Prairie Creek students from Michelle Anderson’s sixth-grade class visited the Coe campus, while an additional 60 Truman students from Angela Litts and Payt Bergert’s fifth-grade classes visited campus this spring. In an attempt to increase multicultural awareness and improve self-esteem through communication instruction, Joss and fellow classmates at Coe gave art and culture workshops and engaged with the Prairie and Truman students through a variety of activities.
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