District 204 Scholastic Art Winners
Reported by email@example.com on 2/23/07
Indian Prairie School District 204 is proud to announce that 57 high school students recently received honors at the 2007 Scholastic Art Awards, including five prestigious Gold Key award winners. Students receiving Gold Key awards are advancing to the national competition to be held in New York City.
The National Scholastic Art Competition is the oldest student art competition in the United States with students from all over the country competing for awards at the regional and national levels. These awards offer early recognition of creative teenagers and scholarship opportunities for graduating seniors.
Waubonsie Valley High School winners include:
Honorable Mention Awards: Meaghan Vasquez, Josie Ostrowski, Emily Fay, Michael Hosticka, Patrick Buchenot, Nicole Erhart, Deanna Pronger, Kristin Mikula, Elena Carvell, Jean Ha, Tori Winslow, Chris Long, Alyse Miller, Gina Daffron, Hailey Snow, Rob Jankuski, Tori Winslow, Brent Daniels, and Kristen White.
Silver Key Awards: Deanna Pronger, Katie Bidrawn, Nikita Wittmayer, Kristin Mikula, Daniel Chun, Michael Hosticka, Allison McGinniss, and Chris Long.
Gold Key Awards: Rachel Walker and Cameron Coleman
Neuqua Valley High School winners include:
Honorable Mention Awards: Deirdre Bodily, Natalie Campbell, Antonina Griffith, Cidney Hasz, Erin Hayden, Jaclyn Hosier, Aramide Odusanya, Leah Paulding, Daniel Pawola, Bryce Pettit, Kayley Provow, Lindsey Prozorovsky, Josh Simkin, Beth Sparks, Alison Strain, and Megan Strand.
Silver Key Awards: Antonia Griffith, Tyler Mendoza, Brad Beyer, Unaiza Seedat, Alyssa Walde, Madeline Yasuda, and Emily Zarndt.
Gold Key Awards: Brad Meyer, Caitlin Olenburg, and Madeline Yasuda
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