Black History Month Art Contest

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Publish date: April 26, 2021
Categories: Student Success Stories
Post author: Stephen Nielsen

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In February, AUSL hosted a virtual arts contest for Network students. Students used their creativity through visual arts to represent – What Black History means to them – and submit a piece of art to their art or music teacher. The contest allowed students to tell their stories through art and celebrate African American achievements.

We showcase winners from the Black History Month Art contest.

1st Place

National Teachers Academy

M. Bao

3rd Grade

2nd Place
The Chicago Academy
N. M. Martinez

3rd Place

Casals School of Excellence

D. Marquez- Sevilla

3rd Grade

1st Place


E. McKay

2nd Place

Bradwell School of Excellence

I. Mabon

7th Grade

3rd Place


S. Soto

5th Grade

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