Comproller Honors Students for Creativity

Comproller Honors Students for Creativity
Posted on 05/22/2014

Comptroller Peter Franchot visited the May 20 Board of Education Meeting to honor three students for their exceptional artwork. The recognition is part of the Comptroller's Maryland Masters Award program, aimed at celebrating creativity - a skill that Comptroller Franchot believes is highly regarded by the future employers. "We need people who can draw and think creativity," he said at the recognition.

The following students received commendations for their artwork:

  • Third grader Kamau N'Dirangu, Cedar Chapel Special School
  • Sixth grader Meghan Hall, Berlin Intermediate School
  • Senior Miki Katna, Stephen Decatur High School

The framed artwork from each student artist will be displayed at the Comptroller's office in Annapolis.

Comptroller Franchot also presented Superintendent Dr. Jerry Wilson with a Golden Coin!

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