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Thorndale Art students win cash awards

T EMPL E- Thor nda le Hig h School Art Department was well represented at the Temple College 30th annual Central Texas Art Competition, according to TISD art teacher Jean Griffin. Art students from five colleges and 32 high schools submitted work to be juried by art professional Tamara Robertson.

Of the 575 pieces of art sumitted for jurying, Robertson chose 155. Thorndale student entries by Jamie Brymer, Shanique Sims, Sam Richter, Amber Dunn and two pieces by Alex Vacca were selected for the show, Griffin said.

Five cash awards are given in each division, college and high school, for the most outstanding work. Vacca and Sims each received cash awards for their excellent work.

The show will be open to the public until Nov. 30 at the Temple College Visual Communication Gallery on the school's Temple campus.

'Students of the Week' named at junior high

Rockdale Junior High assistant principal A llen Sanders announced the "Students of the Week" at the school.

Those students are: Olivia Garza (8th grade), Israel Araujo (7th grade) and Julianna Juarez (6th grade).


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