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Mar 6, 2013 12:58 PM by MELISSA CANONE

First Lady Announces New Student Artwork to be Featured at Governor's Mansion

BATON ROUGE - As a part of the Jindal family's initiative to feature young artists, Louisiana's First Lady Supriya Jindal announced today the artwork that was selected for display in the Louisiana's Governor's Mansion for the month of March.

First Lady Supriya Jindal said, "The students artwork on display for the month of March showcases the creativity of Louisiana's young students. Many of these artists were inspired by their classroom activities and lessons. Indeed their magnificent pieces provide much delight to all who visit the Governor's Mansion."


Dustin Anders-5th Grade
Mount Olive Christian School, Athens

Natalie Dubose-4th Grade
Mount Olive Christian School, Athens

Melina Chester-7th Grade
Ursuline Academy, New Orleans

Annelise Ernst-7th Grade
Ursuline Academy, New Orleans

Nameera Noor Islam-6th Grade
Haynes Academy for Advanced Studies, Metairie

Halie Marie Rodriguez-6th Grade
Haynes Academy for Advanced Studies, Metairie

Jessica Hebert-5th Grade
Delcambre Elementary, Delcambre

Brady Carbos-1st Grade
Colfax Elementary School, Colfax

MaKayla Hartman-Kindergarten
Colfax Elementary School, Colfax

Martha Sue Evans-11th Grade
Oberlin High School, Oberlin

Sydney Hanna
Captain Shreve High School, Shreveport

Ariel Smiley-1st Grade
Rayville Elementary, Rayville

Joseph Payton-1st Grade
Rayville Elementary, Rayville

This month, the First Lady asked principals from schools across Louisiana to submit works for display in the Louisiana Governor's Mansion. In 2008, the Jindal family dedicated this wall of the mansion to children's artwork. Every month a new group of art is displayed to pay tribute to Louisiana's young artists.


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