Student Artists Receive Awards | Beaufort County Now | Congratulations to nine students from John Cotten Tayloe School who won Honorable Mentions in the recent Beaufort County Schools Annual Art Show. Melinda Garner, JCT art teacher, submitted 24 student pieces to the art show for judging.

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    Congratulations to nine students from John Cotten Tayloe School who won Honorable Mentions in the recent Beaufort County Schools Annual Art Show. Melinda Garner, JCT art teacher, submitted 24 student pieces to the art show for judging. Out of those pieces, nine were chosen to receive Honorable Mentions and will be on display throughout the month of April at the Civic Center in Washington.

    The following winners were honored at an opening reception Sunday, March 25th at the Civic Center:

    Claire Barnes      Barbara Carter's second grade class
    Desean Blount      Elizabeth Bennett's second grade class
    Tess Gillis      Karen Moore's second grade class
    Mahongani Midgette     Kim Copeland's second grade class
    Jennifer Ramirez     Kim Copeland's second grade class
    Hayden Anderson     Brandy Council's third grade class
    Nat'tryal Banks     Jamie Bradsher's third grade class
    Brandon Moore     Melissa Houston's third grade class
    Ashley Stevenson     Betsy Hodges's third grade class

    Congratulations to these nine students and to everyone who had artwork submitted!
Students listed above as the art contest winners at John Cotton Tayloe School.


    Call/email if you have questions.

    Sarah Hodges
    Public Information Officer
    Beaufort County Schools
      252.946.6593 office
      252.402.5834 cell
      shodges@beaufort.k12.nc.us e-mailoto)
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