New ceramics instructor Aaron Anslow, right, shows Toby Alleman how he can take an impression of a shoe print in clay and distort it while Sarah Moore, back, uses her shoe to create a design on her clay during Monroe Central’s new ceramics class Friday, Sept. 7.Lakelyn Monahan looks on as Monroe Central ceramics instructor Aaron Anslow shapes a handle during the new class Friday, Sept. 7 at Monroe Central High School.

Changing the way they see life

New ceramics class starts at Monroe Central

There are infinite possibilities in a lump of clay.

It could be a cup. It could be a vase. It could be a sculpture.

While it’s only been a few days, Monroe Central High School ceramics students are already starting to see that.

On Friday, Sept. 7, students were molding clay with their hands.

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