Music students recognized by the Board of Trustees on Tuesday night for earning All-State honors: Erik Flores and Chanse Morris, both members of the Dobie band, and Carl Hinkie, a member of the Sam Rayburn choir.
The Pasadena ISD Board of Trustees recognized the achievements of several students on Tuesday night for their award-winning endeavors in band, choir and the visual arts.
Five district high school students recently earned All-State honors in competition sponsored by the Texas Music Educators Association. Commended by the board were band students Erik Flores of Dobie, Chanse Morris of Dobie and Andrew Dimmick from Sam Rayburn. All-State choir honorees were Carl Hinkie of Sam Rayburn and David Kolacny of Memorial High.
Four visual arts students were also honored for award-winning entries in various contests.
They are Geselle Perez, a De Zavala Middle School student who competed in the Battleship Texas Veterans Day Art & Essay Contest; Yamilet Avila, a Pearl Hall Elementary student who competed in the Riverside Publishing Holiday Card Contest; Alyssa Zarate, a Memorial High student who earned a Silver Key Award in the Scholartic Art and Writing Contest; and Anthony lopez, a Memorial High student who won a Judge's Choice Award in the Houston Area Youth Art Month Contest.
Visual Arts honorees are Anthony Lopez and Alyssa Zarate, both from Memorial High; Yamilet Avila, from Pearl Hall Elementary; and Geselle Perez, from De Zavala Middle School.