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Kids at one local school are making the best out of a bad situation.

A recent theme at Mountaineer Montessori School in Charleston, WV is "when life gives you an 'Aquapocalypse'.. make art".  In response, students have created unique art pieces out of left over water bottles from the recent West Virginia water crisis.

The students say they have learned about taking care of the planet while making some creative decorations.

Their work will be displayed in downtown Charleston at the City Service Center on Quarrier Street.