Cheraw Intermediate Students Recieve Art Awards

The Superintendent’s Art Awards are given out annually to recognize students who excel in the visual arts. Art teachers are asked to submit pieces that are then scored by a panel of judges from outside of the district based on the scoring rubric used for admission into the Artistic Gifted and Talented program. A winner is selected from the high, middle, and elementary school levels as well as an overall winner. The winning pieces are framed and will be displayed in the foyer of the district office for 3 to 5 years. The following students received the Superintendent’s Art Award for the 2013-2014 school year:
Brishana Jackson, daughter of JoAnn Jackson, was the Elementary School Winner.
Christian Wilson, son of Tamyra Taylor, was the overall district winner. His piece was submitted by Kris Houser, art teacher at Cheraw Intermediate. He is currently a sixth grade student at Long Middle School.