Patterns of Community Window Decals

Car Pattern by Israel Alvarez, a 6th grade student at Renaissance Academy, Alum Rock, CA.

"Onions" by Melina Raquel Valle, 6th grade student at Renaissance Academy, Alum Rock, San Jose, CA. "This photo is of onions on a grill. This represents my community because when you pass by any market or home it is always the smell of carne and onions."

"Market" by Anayolis Rodriguez, 6th grade student at Renaissance Academy, Alum Rock, CA.

Pattern by Alexis Rodriguez, 6th grade student at Renaissance Academy, Alum Rock, San Jose, CA.

"My School" by Jacqueline Aguilar, 6th grade student at Renaissance Academy, Alum Rock, San Jose, CA. "I got inspiration for this because I like school and also because it’s a very good source for every kid's life just like me."

"Shoes on a Line" by Gabriel Hernandez, 6th grade student at Renaissance Academy, Alum Rock, CA.

"Trees" by Melanie Raquel Valle, 6th grade student at Renaissance Academy, Alum Rock, San Jose, CA.. "This photo is of a fig tree in my backyard. This represents my community because here in Alum Rock we grow a lot of agriculture."

"Mary the mother of God" by Andrea Arellano, 6th grader at Renaissance Academy, Alum Rock, San Jose, CA. "The photo is of the statue of Mary the mother of God. This is in my house. This represents our religion."

"Cupertinium" by David Wu, 5th Grade Student at Stevens Creek Elementary, Cupertino, CA."The native plants and harvest and waters make up 3/5 of the design. The technology makes up 1/5 and the last 1/5 is Chinese patterns. Chinese patterns are on my Chinese textbook."

"Ravines of Phar Lap" by Sean M., 5th grade student at Stevens Creek Elementary, Cupertino, CA. "This represents where I live. I live on a street called Phar Lap. Phar Lap Ravine kind of looks like this."

"Cupertino" by Josh P., 5th grade student at Stevens Creek Elementary, Cupertino, CA. "My dad plants cherry trees and he used to work at Apple (Computers). The water drop stand for the Stevens Creek Reservoir."

"Yum Yum Peach, Ahhh, Rattle Snake!" by Cole Takara. 5th grader, Stevens Creek Elementary, Cupertino, CA."The peach stands for the peaches that were grown here. The water stands for the Stevens Creek Reservoir. The mountain stands for my Japanese heritage. The wine bottles stand for the wine made at Picchetti Winery. It is pretty common to see rattlesnakes on trails in the summer."

"Cupertino's Apple Archway" by Guna Vengalasett, 5th Grade student at Stevens Creek Elementary, Cupertino, CA."My inspiration was Apple headquarters of Cupertino. It represents the archway from another country to the U.S.A. It represents our town Cupertino with its main attraction."

"Apple Casual" by Damion Pow, 5th grade student at Stevens Creek Elementary, Cupertino, CA. "My inspiration came from the Apple buildings around Cupertino. Almost everybody has an Apple product in Cupertino."

Pattern by Rohit Ghosh, a 5th grader at Stevens Creek Elementary, Cupertino, CA. "This shows the flowers in my mom’s front yard, the symbol of Cupertino and the cherries that were planted here."

 

"Cupertino Design" by Brendan Yu, 5th grade student at Stevens Creek Elementary, Cupertino, CA. It shows an acorn which represents the Ohlone tribe and the Oak trees. It has hands which represents that we have lots of different types of people here, and it has an ipod that represents Apple Computers."

Untitled pattern by Daniyal Kahn, 5th grade student at Stevens Creek Elementary, Cupertino, CA.

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