Surry County Schools art contest winners


Superintendent’s Art Contest Winner Taylor Cochran, a 10th grade student at Surry Central High School, is pictured with Superintendent Dr. Travis L. Reeves.


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Grade 6-8 Drawing Category was won by Jesus Mena, sixth grade student at Central Middle School, with his work, “The Genius.”


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Jenna Cave, a third grade student at Rockford Elementary School won in the 2-Dimensional category for grades 2 and 3 with her work, “Totem.”


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Grades K-1 Art Contest winners with school board members and art teachers, and assistant superintendent Dr. Jeff Tunstall.


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Grades 2-3 Art Contest winners with school board member, Mamie Sutphin, and art teachers, and assistant superintendent Dr. Jeff Tunstall.


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In the painting category for grade 9-12, “Red-Breasted Woodpecker,” by Kendahl Schoeder, 12-grade student at North Surry High School, was the winner.


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Superintendent’s Art Contest Winner Taylor Cochran, a 10th grade student at Surry Central High School, is pictured with Superintendent Dr. Travis L. Reeves.

Grade 6-8 Drawing Category was won by Jesus Mena, sixth grade student at Central Middle School, with his work, “The Genius.”

Jenna Cave, a third grade student at Rockford Elementary School won in the 2-Dimensional category for grades 2 and 3 with her work, “Totem.”

Grades K-1 Art Contest winners with school board members and art teachers, and assistant superintendent Dr. Jeff Tunstall.

Grades 2-3 Art Contest winners with school board member, Mamie Sutphin, and art teachers, and assistant superintendent Dr. Jeff Tunstall.

In the painting category for grade 9-12, “Red-Breasted Woodpecker,” by Kendahl Schoeder, 12-grade student at North Surry High School, was the winner.

Superintendent’s Art Contest Winner Taylor Cochran, a 10th grade student at Surry Central High School, is pictured with Superintendent Dr. Travis L. Reeves.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_Superintendent-s-Art-Contest-Winner.jpgSuperintendent’s Art Contest Winner Taylor Cochran, a 10th grade student at Surry Central High School, is pictured with Superintendent Dr. Travis L. Reeves. Submitted photos

Grade 6-8 Drawing Category was won by Jesus Mena, sixth grade student at Central Middle School, with his work, “The Genius.”
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_The-Genius.jpgGrade 6-8 Drawing Category was won by Jesus Mena, sixth grade student at Central Middle School, with his work, “The Genius.” Submitted photos

Jenna Cave, a third grade student at Rockford Elementary School won in the 2-Dimensional category for grades 2 and 3 with her work, “Totem.”
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_Totem.jpgJenna Cave, a third grade student at Rockford Elementary School won in the 2-Dimensional category for grades 2 and 3 with her work, “Totem.” Submitted photos

Grades K-1 Art Contest winners with school board members and art teachers, and assistant superintendent Dr. Jeff Tunstall.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_Arts-6-2017_01.jpgGrades K-1 Art Contest winners with school board members and art teachers, and assistant superintendent Dr. Jeff Tunstall. Submitted photos

Grades 2-3 Art Contest winners with school board member, Mamie Sutphin, and art teachers, and assistant superintendent Dr. Jeff Tunstall.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_Arts-6-2017_02.jpgGrades 2-3 Art Contest winners with school board member, Mamie Sutphin, and art teachers, and assistant superintendent Dr. Jeff Tunstall. Submitted photos

In the painting category for grade 9-12, “Red-Breasted Woodpecker,” by Kendahl Schoeder, 12-grade student at North Surry High School, was the winner.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_Red-Breasted-Woodpecker.jpgIn the painting category for grade 9-12, “Red-Breasted Woodpecker,” by Kendahl Schoeder, 12-grade student at North Surry High School, was the winner. Submitted photos
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