Highland Lakes Elementary Art students were honored during the Burnet County Student Art Exhibit at the Burnet County Courthouse. Featured artists from around the County participated in a call for art with the theme of “Nature”.
“The opportunity for our students to showcase their art was wonderful,” said HLE Art Teacher, Jan Woods. “The students even received a Youth Art Month Proclamation from Burnet County Judge, James Oakley!”
HLES 5th Grade Students whose artwork was chosen to be displayed at the Burnet County Courthouse:
3 in Back Left to Right- Jada Barnett, Annie Schmidt, Aspen White
5 in Front Left to Right- Earta Bislimi, Sophia Russell, Tucker Boswell, Josiah Thompson, Lisett Fonseca, and (not pictured), Diana Dominguez
Left to Right- Carmen Turland, David Dominguez, Colten Clark, Cristel Moguel
to the Burnet County Commissioners court proclamation, the Burnet
County Art Exhibition is held each year to give local artists, including
student artists, a meaningful opportunity to develop initiative,
problem-solving and critical thinking abilities, self-expression,
creativity, self-evaluation, and discipline. The event also recognizes
that art education teaches sensitivity to beauty, order and other
To see more examples of the students’ art from Highland Lakes Elementary, visit the campus, or Mrs. Wood’s HLE Art website at http://hles.marblefallsisd.org/staff_directory/fine_arts_and_p/jan_woods_-_art/photo_gallery/.
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