LEAD Student Contest Winners Announced
For Immediate Release
Contact: Tanya Arja
Office of Communications
Tampa, Fla. – (February 11, 2016) – Nine students have been announced as winners of the LEAD contest. LEAD (Learn, Empower, Advocate, Dream) is a student contest in celebration of Black History Month.
Students in grades 3-12 were challenged to create an artistic interpretation expressing how he or she is inspired by a local black leader. The students entered in three different categories: Literature, Performance, and Visual Arts.
The winners of this prestigious contest will be honored at a reception at the Tampa Museum of Art on Monday, February 15, at 6:00 p.m. The Tampa Museum of Art is located at 120 W. Gasparilla Plaza, Tampa.
Media interested in talking to any of the winners, to find out why they chose the individual who inspires them, should contact the Communications Office at (813) 272-4060.
|Intermediate||Bryant ES||Ainsley Amendola|
|Middle||Progress Village MS||Kenda Sheppard|
|High||Robinson HS||Kyle Johnson|
|Intermediate||Hammond ES||Logan Waddington|
|Middle||Orange Grove MS||Emani Howard|
|High||Hillsborough HS||Jenna Callison|
|Intermediate||Mintz ES||Domanic Betancourt|
|Middle||Progress Village MS||Riley Tubbs|
|High||Blake HS||Daiana Gonzalez-Videla|
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