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LV students place at state


LV students place at state
La Vernia High School art students (back from left) A.J. Moczygemba, Kaitlynn Snow, Jeremy Kuntscher, Jacob Fontenot, Michael Wang, Amy Gastauer, Morgan Mills, Brianna Kruciak, Johnna Sturm, (front row) art teacher Jenean Mills, Alissa Pollok, Kara Gardner, Marissa Valerio, Kayla Markgraf, Brittnee Harder, and Taylor Melton.


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La Vernia High School art students traveled to Houston Clear Falls High School April 8-9 to compete in the State Visual Arts Scholastic Event.

More than 1,200 works of art were chosen to compete in the state event out of the 25,000 entered in the Regional VASE contests across the state.

La Vernia entered 19 artworks in the event. The following students received medals for their artwork at the state level: Amy Gastauer, Brittnee Harder, Jeremy Kuntscher, Kayla Markgraf, Taylor Melton, Morgan Mills (two pieces), A.J. Moczygemba, Johnna Sturm, and Marissa Valerio (two pieces).

These artworks will be displayed in the Wells Fargo bank in La Vernia.
 

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