Parkland Press

Saturday, February 23, 2019
PRESS PHOTOS BY ANITA HIRSCHLisa Ervin, executive director of the Parkland School District Education Foundation, stands with some of the student art on display in the administration building. The largest painting was created by Kelly Micca when she was a senior. Below it, is a painting by Zachary Benner, a sophomore. The frog was painted by Adam Klinger last year when he was a freshman. The fruit PRESS PHOTOS BY ANITA HIRSCHLisa Ervin, executive director of the Parkland School District Education Foundation, stands with some of the student art on display in the administration building. The largest painting was created by Kelly Micca when she was a senior. Below it, is a painting by Zachary Benner, a sophomore. The frog was painted by Adam Klinger last year when he was a freshman. The fruit
Hadleigh Kirn stands next to her artwork which she did when she was in third grade at Jaindl Elementary School. Hadleigh Kirn stands next to her artwork which she did when she was in third grade at Jaindl Elementary School.
Lilly Rogers shows her pottery which she calls “Orbs of Jupiter.” Lilly did the pottery when she was a sophomore. Lilly Rogers shows her pottery which she calls “Orbs of Jupiter.” Lilly did the pottery when she was a sophomore.
Left: Richard Shemonsky, art department chairman of the middle and high schools, and Kevalin Kalra, a senior, stand next to some of the jewelry Kevalin created. At right is Left: Richard Shemonsky, art department chairman of the middle and high schools, and Kevalin Kalra, a senior, stand next to some of the jewelry Kevalin created. At right is
a close up of the jewelry he created as a junior. a close up of the jewelry he created as a junior.

Student artwork displayed in administration building

Friday, November 23, 2018 by ANITA HIRSCH Special to The Press in School

The Parkland School District Administration Building recently featured the best artwork from students in the various schools from kindergarten through 12th grade.

In the spring, at the arts festival at the high school, Richard Shemonsky, chairman of the art department for the middle and high schools, along with other teachers, chose the best to be exhibited in the rotating art collection.

The Parkland Education Foundation paid for the framing and display of the student art.

A few of the winning entries from past years also remain on display.