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Northwest Art Students' Work Displayed in Jefferson City

Albrey Jett artwork Cedar Springs Elementary and House Springs Elementary students in the Northwest R-I School District will have artwork on display in Jefferson City in separate events. 

Students from both schools will have work on display for “Youth in Art Month,” sponsored by the Missouri Art Education Association. The display, normally in-person, is online only this year due to Covid-19. The artwork can be seen online at The slideshow will be shown in the Capitol Rotunda in Jefferson City on March 24, 2021 on Fine Arts Education Day. 

House Springs Elementary students with work chosen for the display are Anona Brouk, second grade, Daviya Shabazz and Daphne Williams, third grade, and Isaac Whaley, fifth grade. Cedar Springs Elementary students with work chosen for the display are Gracie Brand and Avery Britton, fifth grade, and Shealyn Reinken and Eloise Geatley, fourth grade. Avery Britton received the District 7 award for her artwork. 

In a separate event, the artwork of Cedar Springs Elementary fifth grade student Albrey Jett has been selected for the Missouri State Senate show at the Missouri state capitol.  Her artwork, chosen by State Senator Paul Wieland, will be on display for the year.

The art teachers are Melanie Robinson at Cedar Springs Elementary, and Michelle Howard at House Springs Elementary.

Pictured: Cedar Springs Elementary student Albrey Jett will have her artwork displayed in the Missouri State Capitol for the year.