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First-grader wins state graphic artist contest

April 01, 2012
  • From left, Christine Hurley, Anne Milton, Andrew Cross and Emma K. Doub School for Integrated Arts and Technology Principal Catherine Poling.
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Andrew Cross, a first-grader at Emma K. Doub School for Integrated Arts and Technology, was recently awarded first place in the Graphic Arts K-2 category of the Maryland Society for Educational Technology’s student contests.

His artwork was a pattern using the program Pixie 2 and was created in media class, taught by Christine Hurley. During the project, he discovered a rule of divisibility.  Andrew’s first-grade teacher is Anne Milton.

Andrew will be invited to the conference in Baltimore to receive a certificate and prize. His work will be displayed in a gallery walk for all attendees to see. A video describing his entry will be shown throughout the conference.

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