District Holiday Art Contest Winners
District Announces Elementary Holiday Art Contest Winners
Posted on 12/15/2020
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Kaili Groves from O. A. Peterson Elementary School received first place in this year's holiday art contest. Her artwork – created using her favorite watercolor technique – will be used on the front cover of this year's district holiday card.

art contest winner

Groves is a fifth-grade remote learner and her amazing art teachers are Lauryn Ericsson and Mary Mock.

Winner with art teachers

Charleigh Bina, a fourth-grade student at Cox Elementary School, received second place for artwork that is "the best art I've ever done!" Charleigh's wonderful art teacher this year is Jamie Marrs.

second place with teacher

Receiving third place in the art contest was Kylie Jenkins, a fifth-grade student from Hatfield Elementary. Her artwork was inspired by the fireplace she has in her home. Kylie's fantastic art teacher is Christina Lincoln.

third place with teacher

This year's fourth place finisher was Audriana Bunn, a fifth-grade student from Schluter Elementary School. Her artwork challenged her to pay strict attention to detail. Audriana is pictured here with her fabulous art teacher, Joel Vanderveer.

fourth place with teacher

Kynlee Day, a second-grade student also from Hatfield Elementary School, placed fifth with artwork that represented what she thinks the North Pole looks like. 

fifth place with teacher

Congratulations to the talented winners and thank you to all who participated! For the 2021-2022 school year, the holiday art competition will be open for all secondary students throughout the district.