St. Mary students place in Livestock Show art contest
St. Mary Catholic School entered the maximum amount allowed which was 14 pieces at the Houston Livestock Art Show. All 14 entered pieces won a place in the show. Students drew art work with the theme “Western Art”. Students and Mrs. Cindy Claybar, art teacher, spent many hours working on their pieces and their dedication and talent paid off.
Winners include Paris Dugas, Kindergarten, Finalist Award/Best of Show; Clay Darby, second grade, first place; Addyson Orillion, fourth grade Finalist; fifth graders Brady Anderson, Finalist; Chris Braquet, Finalist; Chloe Pellerin, Finalist/Best of Show; sixth graders, Peyton McKee, second place; Jaci Doucet, first place; Carlee Dupry, first place; In seventh grade, Audrey Johnson, first place; Mark Pesek, second place; Mallory Huggins, Finalist; and eighth grade, Kaitlyn Orillion, second place and Matthew Erb, first place.
St. Mary Catholic School had the largest number of students that received the Finalist Award of Excellence which enabled them to be considered Best of Show. St. Mary Catholic School was honored to be part of the largest art competition in Texas.