Horizon student recognized in state art contest


“Sunset,” created by Horizon fourth-grader Cameron Schreiber, received an honorable mention in the annual Wisconsin Troopers’ Association Art & Essay Contest. — Submitted photo “Sunset,” created by Horizon fourth-grader Cameron Schreiber, received an honorable mention in the annual Wisconsin Troopers’ Association Art & Essay Contest. — Submitted photo Artwork by Cameron Schreiber, a fourth-grader at Horizon Elementary School in Plymouth, received an honorable mention in the annual Wisconsin Troopers’ Association Art & Essay Contest.

Cameron, daughter of Chad and Stephanie Schreiber and student of art teacher Lauren Kultgen, received a certificate of award for her entry, titled “Sunset.”

She, her family and her teachers were invited to an awards ceremony earlier this month at the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells, featuring guest speaker Wisconsin State Patrol Superintendent Stephan Fitzgerald.

This year marks the 26th annual statewide art and essay competition. This year’s theme was “Traveling in Wisconsin – Going Places by Land, Water or Air.”

Through the years the goal of the contest has been to promote positive citizenship on the part of Wisconsin’s students.

The contest is open to students in grades kindergarten through 12 in all Wisconsin public and private schools. Several thousand entries are received annually, but only four winners and several honorable mentions from each grade level are selected by the judges.


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