Six Olmsted Falls High School students from art teacher Mrs. Mariel Krakowiak’s class have been working diligently since the beginning of the school year to create special bulldog murals at both the Early Childhood Center and the Intermediate School.
Thanks to the talents of students Amanda Grueber and Aimee Jarboe, three adorable bulldog puppies now adorn the wall just inside the entrance of the Early Childhood Center.
At the new Intermediate School, art students Kit John, Sean Hirsch, Tori Alai and Christy Otonoga spent months creating an oversized bulldog that now greets all visitors to the building’s main office.
In addition to this big and friendly canine, these students also painted a trail of classic bulldog paw prints along the office hallway.
Be sure to admire these two outstanding works of art next time you find yourself in either of these two buildings – or make a special trip just to see them. Both are well worth the visit!