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Classroom Door Decorations

Expressing creativity around the building
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Alejandra Vargas Torres
Mr. Seals’s door decorated for Black History Month

Walking through the halls of Central, it’s hard not to notice the eye-catching classrooms that have decorations on them. These artistic displays not only add a splash of color to the school environment but also give the school a sense of creativity and unity.

Classroom door decorations provide an outlet for students and teachers to showcase their creativity. From designs to thought-provoking messages, these decorations allow people to express their unique perspectives and creativity. It’s a chance to transform a plain door into an artwork that sparks emotion and inspires others.

A well-decorated classroom door can instantly make students feel welcome and excited to enter the learning space. It helps create a sense of belonging and encourages students to engage in the learning process.

By incorporating school colors, mascots, and symbols, these displays showcase pride and unity within the Central High School community. They serve as a visual representation of shared values and aspirations, reminding us of the collective goals we strive to achieve together.

Classroom door decoration at Central High School are more than just a decorative display. They’re a powerful tool that fosters creativity, creates a welcoming atmosphere, and builds school spirit. They brighten the hallway and help create a positive learning environment.

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Alejandra Vargas Torres, Staff Writer
Alejandra Vargas Torres, junior, Puerto Rican and this is her second year on the Central Digest as an editor. She loves writing and reading, loves any type of music. After high school, she hopes to go to UT Chatt to major in Psychology and plans to further her education by going into and practicing family law. 

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