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Roxanna May-Thayer’s students at César Chávez High School followed the "Treasure Box" activity track. These are some of their artworks:

 
Josephine:
“The two different colors of the interlocking spirals on the treasure box represent my twin sister and I. She is part of me.”
  Jeremy:
“My treasure box is covered with earth symbols. The earth is a treasure we should all take care off.”
 
 
   
  Veronica:
“My treasure box is designed for my grandfather’s rosary that was given to me when he passed away.”
 
  Mikael:
“My treasure box is in the shape of a unicycle. I started riding unicycles when I was seven years old.”
 
 
   
 
Errika:
“The teddy bear on my treasure jar represents my little brother’s pillow. It is a comfort to him.”
 
  Rufina:
“The Mayan pyramid and the cross on top symbolize my religion and culture that my grandparents have emphasized since I was very young.”
             
  Angelica:
“ The trees on my treasure box symbolize the growth I am experiencing right now in my life.”
 
  Vanessa:
“My treasure box shows the moon and the sun and clouds to represent day and night. I want to spend everyday and night with my family.”