Out of this World Color

Vibrant colors, hundreds of hands, spinning planets, dark expanse and sparkling stars are filling the 3rd floor and all around the building at PRM. 

The 4th/5th grade classes of Ms. Donnelly studied the planets this quarter.  The students created beautiful models of the solar system and took courage to present their projects to the class. 

On the third floor, there is a sprawling tree with colorful paper hands  – traced on colorful paper, cut out and hung on the wall from every student in 4th, 5th and 6th grade – each with their name and their character strengths.

Between the first and second floor on the landing you will find a colorful quilt of geometric shapes put together by PRM’s art teacher, Miss Kate – a square created by each student in Kindergarten through 6th grade.

Out of this world color with many parts come together as one image.  It symbolizes PRM – a school with over 700 students coming from so many different places, that come together to be – One school. One student. One future. PRM.

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