Fyans, Cross, Baldwin top Christmas card contest

Ricks, Cauley, Gonzalez earn Honorable Mention
Students’ work will appear on district Christmas card

By Kevin Spradlin
PeeDeePost.com

ROCKINGHAM — Santa Claus might know when boys and girls are sleeping and when they’re work, but we can take a guess on what will be featured on the Richmond County Schools Christmas card this year.

Kevin Spradlin | PeeDeePost.com Ivy Fyans, of Richmond Senior High School, is congratulated by Dr. Cindy Goodman, Richmond County Schools superintendent.

Kevin Spradlin | PeeDeePost.com
Ivy Fyans, of Richmond Senior High School, is congratulated by Dr. Cindy Goodman, Richmond County Schools superintendent.

District officials let the cat out of the bag during a public meeting Friday morning at Rockingham Middle School. During the meeting, they recognized Ivy Fyans, Andrew Cross and Addison Baldwin as the top three contestants in the annual Superintendent’s Christmas Card Art Contest.

Fyans, a senior at Richmond Senior High School, penciled a portrait of Santa Claus with a string of garland over his left shoulder, a pipe and an all-knowing glance.

Cross, a sixth-grader at Rockingham Middle School, drew Santa with one of his reindeer in a snow scene.

Baldwin, a second-grader at Monroe Avenue Elementary School, drew two cardinals taking a rest on a branch in a light snow.

Honorable Mention recognition was awarded to Caleb Ricks, a senior at Richmond Senior High School; Morgan Cauley, a sixth-grader at Rockingham Middle School; and Juliana Gonzalez, a fourth-grader at Mineral Springs Elementary School.

Kevin Spradlin | PeeDeePost.com Richmond County Board of Education Chairman Wiley Mabe, far left, and Dr. Cindy Goodman, superintendent, stand with Christmas Card Art Contest winners Ivy Fyans, Andrew Cross and Addison Baldwin.

Kevin Spradlin | PeeDeePost.com
Richmond County Board of Education Chairman Wiley Mabe, far left, and Dr. Cindy Goodman, superintendent, stand with Christmas Card Art Contest winners Ivy Fyans, Andrew Cross and Addison Baldwin.

 

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