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Natural environment: The Scholastic Art Awards.

This year, SchoolArts features works by students who have received recognition from The Scholastic Art Awards.

To find out more about these awards, visit www.artandwriting.org.

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Nicholas Gunty, age fifteen, Birds in Flight, Marian High School, Mishawaka, Indiana. Teacher: Kathryn Gunty. Gold Award.

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Ashely Conn, age fifteen, Flying Through, Northwest School of the Arts, Charlotte, North Carolina. Teacher: Becky Youle. Silver Award.

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Kayla Bolin, age fourteen, The Well of Memories. Waller Junior High School, Waller, Texas. Teacher: Marquerite Schmidt. Gold Award.

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Title Annotation:Student Portfolio
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Date:Apr 1, 2006
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