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Students to take part in art contest

PULASKI — Three local art students have been selected to represent Pulaski County Public Schools in the Virginia School Boards Association Regional Art Contest.
The students include:
• Rachel Cressell, a fifth grade student at Pulaski Elementary School. She is the daughter of Elizabeth and Wayne Cressell. Her art teacher is Chime Saltz.
• Dylan Reichner, an eighth grade student at Dublin Middle School. He is the son of Jacquelyn and Robert Graham. His art teacher is Patti White.
• Mindy Hall, a sophomore at Pulaski County High School. Her parents are Linda and Chris Hall. Her art teacher is Steve Hester.
The Virginia School Boards Association (VSBA) Regional Art Contest was started in 1989 to promote the artistic talents of Virginia’s public school students.
Students in each of the nine VSBA regions are recognized each year.
Student art from the elementary, middle and high school levels represented each school division in the competition, which is judged at the regional forum for area school board members.
In recognition of the these three students, the Pulaski County School Board presented them with certificates during their meeting on Thursday afternoon.

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Students to take part in art contest

PULASKI — Three local art students have been selected to represent Pulaski County Public Schools in the Virginia School Boards Association Regional Art Contest.
The students include:
• Rachel Cressell, a fifth grade student at Pulaski Elementary School. She is the daughter of Elizabeth and Wayne Cressell. Her art teacher is Chime Saltz.
• Dylan Reichner, an eighth grade student at Dublin Middle School. He is the son of Jacquelyn and Robert Graham. His art teacher is Patti White.
• Mindy Hall, a sophomore at Pulaski County High School. Her parents are Linda and Chris Hall. Her art teacher is Steve Hester.
The Virginia School Boards Association (VSBA) Regional Art Contest was started in 1989 to promote the artistic talents of Virginia’s public school students.
Students in each of the nine VSBA regions are recognized each year.
Student art from the elementary, middle and high school levels represented each school division in the competition, which is judged at the regional forum for area school board members.
In recognition of the these three students, the Pulaski County School Board presented them with certificates during their meeting on Thursday afternoon.

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