Art work from the Brownwood School District’s youngest artists was displayed recently at Central Office.

Pre-kindergarten classes had learning lessons involving different art lessons and mediums. Monday night, about 90 students went to Central Office to celebrate their work and display their creations for friends and family to see.

All pre-kindergarten teachers and administrators were present to visit with parents and explain the lessons.

“Approximately 90 students came to celebrate the work they had done and receive encouragement and praise from district personnel, their families and the community,” said Priscilla Monson, executive director of the district’s community relations.

“We had hand-drawn portraits, tile painting, hand-print painting, sculpture, and other displays. The students used everything from paper to popcorn in their artwork.  The district’s community room was filled to the brim with creative works and smiles from proud parents and happy children.”

The school district’s goal is to enhance learning opportunities for all students, Monson said. “We are proud to be able to include the arts in our curriculum,” Monson said.

“We are so proud of our youngest artists and what they have been able to accomplish this year. (Monday night) was a wonderful celebration of their creativity and talent.”