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23 students recognized for artwork at Capitol
Waynesville School District
Artwork from 23 Waynesville students was on display at the Missouri Capitol in Jefferson City through March 16 as part of Youth Art Month (YAM).
YAM is an annual observance each March to emphasize the value of art education for all children and to encourage support for quality school art programs. To celebrate, members of the Missouri Art Education Association (MAEA) may submit up to four pieces of student artwork to the MAEA Youth Art Month Exhibit for display at the state capitol.
On March 16, all teachers, students, and their families were invited to attend the Youth Art Month Capitol Exhibit Awards and Recognition Ceremony at the Missouri State Capitol in the 1st floor capitol rotunda area.
Waynesville students who had their art work sent to the capitol, along with their building and instructor are as follows:
Waynesville Middle School
Melissa Lynch – instructor
Johanna Adamson – instructor
Heather Allen – instructor
Debbie Akery – instructor
John Rose – instructor
Waynesville 6th Grade Center
Emily Wheeler – instructor
Ibn Saahir Abdur-Rahim
Youth Art Month was created in 1961 by ACMI, a non-profit association of art and craft materials manufacturers, in cooperation with the NAEA. In 1984, ACMI created CFAE to administer the national Youth Art Month program and encourage funding for the program.