January 23, 2015
Cy-Fair High School freshman Alina Holder won Best of Show in the High School division for “The Lone Ranger.”
Jan. 23, 2015—CFISD’s winners in the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo (HLSR) School Art Program were announced this week after a panel of judges from the HLSR organization chose the top artwork from CFISD student artists. The selections have been taken to Reliant Arena for the next level of the contest.
Of the 558 entries from CFISD students, a total of 13 winners were selected in the High School, Junior High and Elementary divisions that will be displayed in the Hayloft Gallery at Reliant Center during the HLSR, March 3-22.
In the High School division:
In the Junior High division:
In the Elementary division:
The rodeo art exhibit will be displayed in the hallways of CFISD’s Instructional Support Center (10300 Jones Road) through Jan. 27, and is open to the public during regular business hours.
Cypress Ranch High School sophomore Gray Luke won a special merit award for “Shadowed Ivory.”
Cypress Lakes High School sophomore Sarah Angeles Sequera won a gold medal for “A Family Reunion.”
Cypress Woods High School senior Kenzie Miller won a gold medal for “Old Barn.”
Cypress Lakes junior Alexandria Lee Guerrero won a special merit award for “Country Elegance.”
Cypress Woods sophomore Alison Wooten won a special merit award for “Longhorn.”
Cypress Woods senior Nicholas Nguyen won a special merit award for “Bucranium.”
Cypress Woods senior Devin Wilkins won a special merit award for “Two Donkeys.”
Langham Creek sophomore Charles William Anderson won a special merit award for “Route 66.”
Spillane Middle School seventh-grade student Adriana Puzon won Best of Show in the Junior High division for “Follow the Leader.”
Arnold Middle School eighth-grade student Dzidzielia Portillo won a gold medal in the Junior High division for “Die Beautifully.”
Birkes Elementary School first-grade student Lyza Bartholomew won Best of Show in the Elementary division for “Lucy and the Crazy Horse.”
Lee Elementary School fourth-grade student Viany Mercado won the gold medal for “Fabulous Lamb.”