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FCPS announces 14 art winners for 2020-21 calendar

Fayette County Public Schools salutes the winners of its annual Calendar Art Contest, whose work will be featured in the district’s 2020-21 calendar and family handbook. (FCPS canceled the May 5 reception at the Lyric Theatre and Cultural Arts Center because of COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.) 

This spring, art teachers submitted some 200 entries representing their students’ best work, and volunteers from the local arts community judged the show. Congratulations to these 14 winners:   

  • Cover: Misaki Ishihara, sixth grader from SCAPA at Bluegrass
  • August 2020: Olivia Adams, senior from Lafayette High School
  • September: Hadley Castle, seventh grader from Edythe J. Hayes Middle School
  • October: Ella Hausley, second grader from Deep Springs Elementary
  • November: Alyssa Pyles, eighth grader from Lexington Traditional Magnet School
  • December: Katrina Hannah, junior from STEAM Academy
  • January: Mamediarra Cisse, preschooler from Southern Elementary
  • February: Jack Neal, kindergartener from Rosa Parks Elementary
  • March: Carmen Mathews, third grader from Liberty Elementary
  • April: Dulce Dominguez, sophomore from Henry Clay High School
  • May: Lilly Feldman, fifth grader from Garden Springs Elementary
  • June: Jeongyeon Lee, fourth grader from Julius Marks Elementary
  • July: Emma Natof, sixth grader from Beaumont Middle School
  • August 2021: Harper Flanary, kindergartener from Garrett Morgan Elementary

All students and FCPS employees will receive a printed calendar at the start of school. Additional copies (in English and Spanish) will be available thereafter at the district office, 701 E. Main St. For questions about the art contest, please email Heidi Reihing or call (859) 381-4794.



Tammy L. Lane, district webmaster
(859) 381-4236