Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo School Art Program announces Cypress-Fairbanks ISD winners
The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo School Art Program recently announced its winners within the Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District.
According to a press release, 11 students were chosen among 593 entries from the high school, middle school and elementary school divisions.
Honored students in the high school division included Cypress Falls junior Jaydi Segura, who won Best of Show for her drawing called Follow Me; Cypress Falls senior Jessica Lara, who won a gold medal for her artwork One Day; and Cypress Woods senior Jim Hyang Park, who won a gold medal for her artwork San Macos Tractor.
Four special merit awards were also handed out to Cypress Falls freshman Alayah Aleem for her artwork Ranch Humor; Cypress Falls junior Rabail Bukhari for her artwork I've Seen Things; Cypress Falls senior Kayla Hubert for her artwork Improvisation; and Cypress Woods sophomore Kenzie Miller for her artwork Rustic.
Honored students in the middle school division included Truitt students Rachel Chang, a sixth-grader, who won Best of Show for her artwork It's Mine or Yours, and Zulema Garcia, an eight-grader who won a gold medal for her artwork Indian Corn.
Honored students in the elementary division included Black Elementary School first grader Ashley Read, who won Best of Show for her drawing Muttin Bustin', and McFee Elementary School fourth grader Diego Martin, who won a gold medal for his artwork Super Misson.
The artwork of these 11 students will be featured in the Hayloft Gallery at the Reliant Center, at 8334 Fannin St., Houston, from Monday, Feb. 25 through Sunday, March 17 during the Houston Livestock and Rodeo.
The rodeo art exhibit is currently on display in the hallways of Cypress-Fairbanks ISD's Instructional Support Center, at 10300 Jones Road, Cypress, through Monday, Jan. 28.
For more information about the Cypress-Fairbanks ISD, visit www.cfisd.net.
Local Advertising by PaperG