EDUCATIONAL ARTWORK - Local students had the opportunity last week to see how math and science often work together to create art. During the 21st Century Community Learning Center camp held at Carr Elementary School, students worked with tessellations and tandems to create various works of art. They also used toothpicks and miniature marshmallows to create three-dimensional creations of their own imaginations. The camp was called “The Science of Art.” The three activities were part of a two-session camp held in June and July that was open to Fulton Independent School’s students who had completed second through seventh grades at the end of the 2012-2013 school year. The first session focused more on math and science activities. The summer camps were funded with 21st CCLC funds.