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Meet with College Reps!
Meet with College Reps!
Parents: Central, WSU Tri-Cities, and CBC will be at Warden High School today from 11:30 a.m-1:30 p.m. Reps would love to talk to you and your student! Freshmen and sophomores will visit with the reps from 11:30-11:45 a.m. and Juniors and Seniors will visit with the reps from 11:45 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Please stop by if you have any questions for these reps.

Wenatchee Valley Museum Regional High School Art Show

5 months ago

By Margo Mitchell - HS Art Teacher

Here are links to the pictures of all of the students that were in the Wenatchee Valley Museum Regional High School Art Show.   Captions are included on pictures. 

Abigail Thyssen, Zentangle - 3rd Place WA Apple Education Foundation

Rylee Marin, Smiley’s Picnic Shop, watercolor
Joshua Cardin, Before the Owls Come Out, watercolor
Bianca Urias, Morning Dew, pencil
Ariana Contreras-Gonzalez, See-through Spots, watercolor
Evelyn Campos Carillo, Sunflower Eclipse
Hipolito Martinez Martinez, Clementine, watercolor
Jose Rodriguez, Hippokampoi, watercolor
Jandica Backell, Father of the Night (Dracula), pencil
Jandica Backell, Tall Timber Ranch, watercolor
Jovanni Zaragoza Lopez, Eddy, watercolor
Vyvianna Pruneda, Midnight, watercolor
Aaron Medina, New Year, New Me, pencil
Aaron Medina, The Gift, watercolor

Vyvianna got 3rd place Painting for her watercolor, Midnight. 

Jovanni got Best in Show for his watercolor of his classmate, Eddy (Hipolito Martinez Martinez), and it was in the annual Superintendent’s High School Art Show.

Abigail Thyssen’s apple drawing, Zentangle, which won 3rd place in the Washington Apple Education Foundation’s Apple of the Year contest. Her creative depiction of an apple has a lot of fun twists and turns and was really carefully created.  So it’s no surprise that the judges loved it!  The Washington Apple Education Foundation’s annual Year of the Apple art contest will use the artwork in its future promotions. It is a friendly reminder what an amazing and wonderful fruit an apple is.

Thank you to Abigail and all the students for demonstrating the artistic talent we have at Warden! We are really happy that their art will help spread awareness of a great organization!