Students from Madera High School’s autism social skills class will present one of their projects – a large-scale mosaic of theCounty Seal – to the Madera County Board of Supervisors Tuesday.
The mosaic, which students worked on over the summer using donated materials, will be displayed permanently in the main lobby of the Madera County Government Center.
“The social skills class at Madera High School is comprised of a group of autistic students who are able to create beautiful art work through collaborating, communicating and problem solving, all while developing their social skills as well,” said Madera High School teacher Lalo Sanchez.
Last year the students presented a mosaic to PG&E at its Fresno Distribution Control Center.
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The event starts at 1:30 p.m. at the Madera County Government Center lobby, 200 West Fourth Street, Madera.
Megan Ginise: 559-441-6614