DCSD announces 2020 Art in Business grand prize winners

DCSD announces 2020 Art in Business grand prize winners
Posted on 04/29/2020
2020 Art in Business Grand Prize WinnersDARLINGTON, S.C. – The Darlington County School District announced this week the four grand prize winners of its annual Art in Business program. The district also announced the 18 other school winners.

Art in Business creates partnerships with local businesses and organizations to celebrate the school district’s best visual artists. The 18 school winners will hang in sponsoring businesses for a year before returning to the district, while the four grand-prize winners will hang permanently in the district’s administrative offices.

The four grand prize winners, who span four predetermined grade ranges, are:

• Nevaeh Garcia, Cain Elementary School, Grades K-2
• Jordynn Odom, Brunson-Dargan Elementary School, Grades 3-5
• Trinity Robinson, Darlington Middle School, Grades 6-8
• Tatum Clontz, Mayo High School for Math, Science and Technology, Grades 9-12

Those students’ art teachers are Jhemar Sabido (both Garcia and Odom), Nena McConnell and Lyn O’Donnell, respectively.

Each school selected its school winner. A pool of judges composed of sponsors, art educators from other South Carolina school districts, and professional artists selected the grand prize winners through an online balloting system. Each school winner will be mailed a $50 prize check and a ribbon. Each grand prize winner will be mailed a grand prize ribbon, and their art teachers will each receive $200 for art supplies.

The individual school winners are:

• Brockington Elementary Magnet School – Kassidy Menasco
• Brunson-Dargan Elementary School – Jordynn Odom
• Cain Elementary School – Nevaeh Garcia
• Carolina Elementary School – Lindsey Shuff
• Darlington County Institute of Technology – Jasmine Haynes
• Darlington High School – Sofiya Saranchuk
• Darlington Middle School – Trinity Robinson
• Hartsville High School – Stella Tew
• Hartsville Middle School – Joelle Wood-Mount
• Lamar Elementary School – Sailor Rodgers
• Lamar High School – Amber Melton
• Mayo High School for Math, Science and Technology – Tatum Clontz
• North Hartsville Elementary School – Clara Sullivan
• Pate Elementary School – Ta’Mya McClain
• Rosenwald Elementary/Middle School – Shahquan Pendergrass
• Southside Early Childhood Center – Charli Privette
• Spaulding Elementary School – Starr Williams
• Spaulding Middle School – Zy’Eaire Clark
• St. John’s Elementary School – Elizabeth Reed
• Thornwell School for the Arts – Camron Allen
• Washington Street Elementary School – Nala Gee
• West Hartsville Elementary School – Kinsleigh Myers
Nevaeh Garcia, “Rainbow City” 
Nevaeh Garcia, “Rainbow City”

Jordynn Odom, “Puppy Eyes”
Jordynn Odom, “Puppy Eyes”

Trinity Robinson, “She Will be Loved” 
Trinity Robinson, “She Will be Loved”

Tatum Clontz, “Steampunk”
Tatum Clontz, “Steampunk”