This artsy flower string made of colored paper hangs in the gym hall and gives an innovative color splash.
If one travels to the very outskirts of Jefferson territory, you can see that all along the loop lies a beautiful student-painted wall to enclose our Jet pride.
How wonderful! Another random, handcrafted mural on a JMS classroom.
As you enter the 7th grade hall, you will always pass the the infamous American Mural made of colored glass.
Don’t you love how in almost every Jefferson hall, a colorful ribbon-like string runs across the ceiling?
Students brilliantly interpret homework assignments with colored on a regular basis. These were made to advertise fruits and veggies.
As you walk up Jefferson’s iconic front entry, look closely. You will see a variety of vibrant murals lining the wall.
Well, there she is – the Artistic brains behind it all. Ms. Denisson is the art teacher at Jefferson, and rocker of the sunglasses.
Every time you enter the realms of Ms. Denisson, there’s bound to be crazy bursts of paint somewhere! This is the hallway leading up to her room.
If you’re a student at Jefferson, you’ve seen these before. Everyday while walking down the hall, you always get a greeting from the fish and the sad guy.
Mr. Golda marks his mathematical grounds with a crafty, handmade sign.
There is always a new art project being created at JMS. Currently, Ms. Denisson is working on a gorgeous handcrafted mural for the out-door patio.
With all the twists and turns among Jefferson’s campus, you can always rely on stumbling upon more creativity.
Everyday while students chow down on Jefferson’s outdoor lunch patio, they are with color, paint, and balloons.