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Byline: Jeffrey S. Solochek STAFF WRITER
When it comes to arts education this year, it's been Greek to the students at Bashaw Elementary School.
In music they study Greek folk tunes. In physical education they practice Greek dancing. In language arts they read a story by teacher Maity Schrecengost about a 12-year-old Greek boy who moves to Tarpon Springs, and in art class the children craft Greek coins, urns, tiles and other artifacts.
The yearlong curriculum, which began with students making foil coins, will culminate next week with an evening festival and a fourth-grade field trip to Tarpon Springs.
"I think art is more fun than . . . …