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Student Art Work Recognitions at BOE Meeting

Last Updated on Oct 26, 2016 at 8:37am | Public Information Office

The Board of Education recognized student artists at its recent Board Meeting on October 11, 2016. The Fine Arts Committee unanimously selected student artwork to be purchased by Garrett County Public Schools and to be displayed in the central office. Each member of the Fine Arts Committee voted on his/her favorite selection from the elementary, middle, and high school grade levels. The committee had a tie in the selection of both elementary and middle school students’ artwork; therefore, the committee decided to purchase both students’ artwork at both levels.
 
Artwork and Student Recognition:
 
Owl artwork – Ainsley McHenry-Sorber, 2nd grade at Friendsville Elementary School
 
        
Ainsley is pictured with her parents; Barbara Baker, Interim Superintendent of Schools; and Connie Uphold, Principal of Friendville Elementary School.
 
 
Snowman artwork – Ashlynn Anderson, 4th grade at Accident Elementary School
 
                 
Ashlynn is pictured with her mother, sister, and Barbara Baker, Interim Superintendent of Schools.
 
 
Cat artwork –Colby Clark, 6th grade at Northern Middle School
 
         
Colby is pictured with his mother; Barbara Baker, Interim Superintendent of Schools; and Karen DeVore,
Principal of Northern Middle School.
 
 
 
Tiger artwork – Kylie Jamison, 8th grade at Northern Middle School.  
 
        
Kylie is pictured with Barbara Baker, Interim Superintendent of Schools; and Richard Stevens,
Vice-Principal of Northern Middle School.

 
 
Ian Brenneman, a senior at Northern High School and currently enrolled in an AP Art course, had his artwork selected as well. However, his classroom teacher and he felt that the artwork should not be released at this time so it can be part of his required AP Portfolio. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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