LSHS art students capture awards in spring competitions

// Posted By Janie Rohlfing

The Lee’s Summit High School Art Department was recently recognized at the MOSAIC Project, held during the April First Fridays in Kansas City’s Crossroads District. Students from LSHS had more than 80 tiles on display through the project. More than 110 LSHS students participated in the art show including students in National Art Honor Society and numerous art classes.

In addition, a number of LSHS art students received awards from Congressman Emanuel Cleaver at the Congressional Art Competition, held April 15 at the the Kansas City Public Library. Senior Jocelyn Sands also captured fifth place. The competition included more than 300 works of art on display.

LSHS students honored at the April 15 Congressional Art Competition were Patricia Gonzalez Amigo, Miara Brown, Katelyn Caldwell, Evan Clarke, Luke Coopert, Wren Cooper, Kennedy Elliot, Alyssa Harmon, Tressa Humbird, Kaiden Leonard, Alexandria Mesz, Emma Oesterley, Jerrica Patterson, Jocelyn Sands and Emily Williams.

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