Rachael Soards, McClain High School art teacher, recently held a portrait-drawing contest. Sophomore Ke’ya Torrence placed first out of approximately 150 portraits with her drawing of Wyatt Myers. She received a box full of art supplies. The second-place winner was Noel Brooks, and third place went to Sabrina Yates, who drew Kyler Highley. Art 1 and 2 students were judged by Art 3 and 4 students, and Art 3 and 4 students were judged by Art 1 and 2 students. Shown are the three winning portraits and Ke’ya Torrence with Wyatt Myers.

Rachael Soards, McClain High School art teacher, recently held a portrait-drawing contest. Sophomore Ke’ya Torrence placed first out of approximately 150 portraits with her drawing of Wyatt Myers. She received a box full of art supplies. The second-place winner was Noel Brooks, and third place went to Sabrina Yates, who drew Kyler Highley. Art 1 and 2 students were judged by Art 3 and 4 students, and Art 3 and 4 students were judged by Art 1 and 2 students. Shown are the three winning portraits and Ke’ya Torrence with Wyatt Myers.


Rachael Soards, McClain High School art teacher, recently held a portrait-drawing contest. Sophomore Ke’ya Torrence placed first out of approximately 150 portraits with her drawing of Wyatt Myers. She received a box full of art supplies. The second-place winner was Noel Brooks, and third place went to Sabrina Yates, who drew Kyler Highley. Art 1 and 2 students were judged by Art 3 and 4 students, and Art 3 and 4 students were judged by Art 1 and 2 students. Shown are the three winning portraits and Ke’ya Torrence with Wyatt Myers.

Rachael Soards, McClain High School art teacher, recently held a portrait-drawing contest. Sophomore Ke’ya Torrence placed first out of approximately 150 portraits with her drawing of Wyatt Myers. She received a box full of art supplies. The second-place winner was Noel Brooks, and third place went to Sabrina Yates, who drew Kyler Highley. Art 1 and 2 students were judged by Art 3 and 4 students, and Art 3 and 4 students were judged by Art 1 and 2 students. Shown are the three winning portraits and Ke’ya Torrence with Wyatt Myers.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/04/web1_Art-picf-1.jpgRachael Soards, McClain High School art teacher, recently held a portrait-drawing contest. Sophomore Ke’ya Torrence placed first out of approximately 150 portraits with her drawing of Wyatt Myers. She received a box full of art supplies. The second-place winner was Noel Brooks, and third place went to Sabrina Yates, who drew Kyler Highley. Art 1 and 2 students were judged by Art 3 and 4 students, and Art 3 and 4 students were judged by Art 1 and 2 students. Shown are the three winning portraits and Ke’ya Torrence with Wyatt Myers.

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