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Biology - Reams-Pitts - 2019-2020
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The World is Your Canvas – Graphic Design. Students will work in Canva and graphic design programs to explore the elements of graphic design. Students will complete hands-on activities, learning how to apply color theory, font, use of images and more. For their final project, students will design marketing materials for a business of their ...
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Welcome to the Lafayette E.S. Technology Resources Website! This website is dedicated to providing educational links for students of Lafayette Elementary School. There are quick links to the sites that students most commonly access at school. Students are encouraged to use the site at school,